News from the partners

7th edition Festival “Via Francigena Collective Project”

We are now arrived at the 7th edition of the international Festival “Vie Francigene Collective Project”, supported by the European Association of the Vie Francigene (E.A.V.F.) and by Civita Association.

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ACCESSIBLE CULTURAL ITINERARIES: PATH, PIT STOP, ACCOMMODATION

Experiences in comparison to make culture and itineraries alive through accessibility. The “Matera Mare” Forum, to which EAVF took part, focused on activities in favour of the sustainability of itineraries that are accessible by anyone.

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Confraternity walk, from Canterbury to Dover with Arras Compostelle Francigena

60 members of the Arras Compostelle Francigena Association travelled to Canterbury on Friday, 6 April to experience a one-day pilgrimage on the UK section of the Francigena from Canterbury to Dover. 

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Gropello Cairoli, an example of a municipality dedicated to the Via Francigena

From Gropello Cairoli comes a small, great example of commitment to the Via Francigena.

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Monte Sant'Angelo welcomes pilgrims, new information point now open

A new reference point for pilgrims has opened in Monte Sant'Angelo. Thanks to the commitment of four local associations, including Monte Sant'Angelo Francigena, last Friday the "Senso Civico" office was opened.

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New French municipalities adhere to EAVF

Three new municipalities adhered to the European network of EAVF. Since September Ornans, Bouconville-Vauclair and Ville Sous la Ferté joined the European Association of the Vie Francigene.

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The sustainable mark of Tuscany

The two-days discussion meeting in San Miniato focused on this topic, with the purpose of putting institutions, associations and private operators online. The meeting has been organised by Toscana Promozione, Tuscany Region, Municipality of San Miniato, with the support of the European Association of the Vie Francigene and the media partner RadioFrancigena.

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Via Francigena meets the Silk Road: an opportunity to develop new project in sustainable tourism

The European Association Via Francigena Ways has attended the seminar with Russian regions on the Silk Road in Moscow (Russia). An international event to exchange good practices about  sustainble tourism and cultural heritage.

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