Via Francigena. The Road to Rome

March 2020

Weekend on Via Francigena, from Siena to Buonconvento - SloWays

Would you like to walk in the middle of postcard-like scenario, sampling some of the best Via Francigena has to offer, just in three days? In the first part of this journey you will walk along the legendary strade bianche (“white roads”, dirt roads) of Siena for kilometres and kilometres, crossing the Val d’Arbia and the Val d’Orcia

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Cycling Via Francigena from Aosta to Pavia - SloWays

This journey allows you to discover the different souls of Italy: the tranquil rhythms of its provincial towns, the bracing air of its villages nestling between the Alps and the modern fascination of its industrial cities

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The VIA FRANCIGENA – from Siena to Bolsena - Genius Loci

If you’re looking for a real pilgrimage in Italy, the Via Francigena is the right choice! But you should choose the right route!
Most of the ‘medieval pilgrim routes’ were following the old Roman roads, which followed the most ‘logical’ routes to Rome. Often these roads have been further transformed over the centuries though, and are major roads today.

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From Gran San Bernardo - Via del Sole

Bourg St Pierre can be easily reached by train from Geneva or Lausanne to Martigny then by bus and you wil find at your hotel all the material you need for your trip: hotel vouchers, the detailed description of the walking and the GPS maps. You will also be told where to go to receive a benediction by a priest if you want one before you start on your way. (first possible place is at the Pass)

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From Montefiascone to Rome - Via del Sole

Montefiascone can be easily reached by train from Viterbo, however the train station is far out of town and you need a taxi

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