On 1 December 2019 Andrea Devicenzi, Paralympic athlete and Via Francigena ambassador, concluded his journey along the Francigena, having reached St. Peter's Square in Rome after 1000 km journey (Interview Link).Read More
An important publication "Via Francigena For All?" focused on the route’s accessibility has been recently published on Almatourism, by Pietro Scidurlo and Giulia d'Angeli in collaboration with the association Free Wheels Onlus.Read More
We are stuck. Stop with tourism, stop with racing, walking, trekking and sport. Stop with our social relationships, those made of hugs, kisses, dinners, but also of gyms, meetings and conferences.Read More
Welcoming pilgrims and tourists of the Francigena with typical products of the area. This is the philosophy of “Ristorum”, the rest-stops created by Andrea Ceragioli in Tuscany.Read More
With regard to the current COVID-19 emergency, information is shared at European and national level to which EAVF adheres.Read More
A new guide to discover the P.D.P and P.G.I products along the Via Francigena. This publication is realized as a special of the Magazine "Via Francigena and the European Cultural Routes".Read More
Miles Skinner, an English marathon runner, set off from Lucca on the 25th of April for a real challenge: running 420 km, the equivalent of ten marathons, in 7 days, following the Via Francigena from Lucca to Rome.
Miles runs to raise funds for the Monte San Martino Trust, an English charity that offers scholarships to deserving Italian students, founded to repay the Italian people who during the World War II gave shelter to allied war prisoners.
AEVF and sloWays have been partners in the organization of the travel, assisting Miles in the itinerary definition and booking of accomodation along the path.
The Association Amici Della Via Francigena Valle Di Susa (Association of the Friends of the Via Francigena Valle di Susa) was born in Rivoli. This spontaneous, voluntary and non-profit group consists of local outdoor enthusiasts - marathon runners, Nordic Walking instructors, walkers and pilgrims, who participate in most important events in the Valley of Susa and in the province.Read More
On Sunday, 27th May, I was privileged to join 2000 pilgrims walking the ancient Via Francigena pilgrim route from Acquapendente to Montefiascone.Read More
The first official guide of the Sigeric’s route from Canterbury to the Grand Saint Bernard Pass with a total of 1,200 km is on sale now.Read More
The new website dedicated to the Via Francigena is now available at the address www.viefrancigene.org, with a brand new layout and new technological functions at the service of walkers or cyclists.Read More