Via Francigena. The Road to Rome

Hiking

Leg 29 - From Bitonto to Bari

Starting from the Cathedral of Bitonto, walk along the narrow streets of the historic centre and take Via Crocifisso; you’ll walk past the church of the same name and then carry on straight down via Nenni until you get to a crossroads, where you need to continue straight along the “Balice” local road.

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Leg 30 - From Bari to Torre a Mare

Via Francigena - Via Traiana.

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Leg 30 - From S. Miniato to Gambassi Terme

A marvellous route, quite hard lacking road-houses. From San Miniato, after an hour walk along the asphalt road,

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Leg 31 - From Gambassi Terme to San Gimignano

A short moving route, rich in interesting views sorrounding Via Francigena.

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Leg 32 - From Mola di Bari to Cozze

Via Francigena - Via Traiana.

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Leg 32 - From San Gimignano to Monteriggioni

One of the most beautiful route along Via Francigena. Leave S. Gimignano, after going up and down, reach Molino d'Aiano, a resort along the track of Sigerico.

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Leg 33 - From Cozze to Polignano and Monopoli

Starting from the church of Santa Maria Assunta in the heart of the historical centre of Polignano and walking along via San Benedetto, you’ll come out on via Tritone.

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Leg 33 - From Monteriggioni to Siena

Leave the city centre of Monteriggioni, walk down white streets of the Sienese mountain towards Cerbaia, an ancient Medieval village that is abandoned today.

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Leg 34 - From Monopoli to Savelletri

Starting from the Castle of Charles V in Monopoli, follow the city wall, called the “Lungomare Santa Maria” and its extension, via San Vito. Then turn left for via Papacenere, heading downhill to the left towards the Portavecchia alley and the promenade of the same name.

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Leg 34 - From Siena to Ponte d'Arbia

If you undertake this itinerary on a sunny day, it can be unforgettable thanks to unlimited views visible from the crests of Val d'Arbia,

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Leg 35 - From Ponte d'Arbia to San Quirico

The first village that we cross is Buonconvento, whose city centre deserves a visit. Walk along a track parallel to the street towards Montalcino,

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Leg 35 - From Savelletri to Torre Canne

From the starting point in via del Porto in Savelletri, you need to take via Baracca on the left, walking all the way to the end until turning right onto via Accademia Navale, keeping left for approximately 200 m before taking Contrada Masciola to the left.

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Leg 36 - From San Quirico to Radicofani

The route continues among the enchanting views of Val d'Orcia. The first attraction of the day is Vignoni Alto,

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Leg 36 - From Torre Canne to Torre Santa Sabina

Starting from the centre of Torre Canne, take via Eroi del Mare and you’ll immediately descend towards the beaches along the coast. Follow them for about 1.5 km and then take a small road that runs parallel to the coast.

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Leg 36 - Variation Abbadia San Salvatore

The variation for Abbadia San Salvatore distances from the Official Path a little previous of the Post Office of Ricorsi, by the bar of the road that leads to the agritourism "Il Poderino".

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Leg 37 - Alternative path - Proceno

From Ponte a Rigo you can take this alternative route over the hills which goes from Proceno and has beautiful views over the Paglia valley below.

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Leg 37 - From Radicofani to Acquapendente

The slope from Radicofani along the old Via Cassia is one of the most beautiful and exciting tracks along the Via Francigena

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