In the geography of European routes there is a hidden treasure. It is called Coast Road and it crosses Liguria from the French border to the Tuscany one. An itinerary of about 300 kilometres of walk from Mentone to Sarzana. A Middle Earth that connects Santiago de Compostela to Rome and is only waiting to be enhanced and officially recognised by institutions.Read More
Two team members of the European Association of the Via Francigena ways EAVF are traveling along the Swiss part of the route from 26 July to 8 August 2020.
Luca Bruschi, EAVF director, and Elena Dubinina, International Relations advisor, walk from Orbe to the Grand Saint Bernard Pass, one of the most fascinating points of the Via Francigena, during a 10-day trip.
The experience on the road of Massimo and Cristina, narrated in a brilliant and captivating way through their logbook. The experience started on the 2nd June.Read More
The route of the Via Francigena in Switzerland is bordered by two mountain ranges, the Jura and the Alps.Read More
The European Association of the Via Francigena Ways (EAVF) participated in the Autumn Meeting of the Saint Olav Ways, which took place on 15 October 2019 in Hamar, Norway.Read More