Via Francigena. The Road to Rome

  • Organised Tours
    Organised Tours


It is possible to entrust the organisation of the trip to tour operators that arrange both guided tours and individual trips. In the latter case the organisation takes care of the reservation of accommodating businesses, the luggage transport from one stage to another, the long-distance support and the supplying of maps and detailed descriptions.


On foot


Walk for one or more days, with a backpack or with luggage transport.

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By bicycle


Individual trips with transport and rental services, group tours and excursions

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The tour operators


Italian tour operators that work along the Via Francigena

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Guides and Associations


The tour guides and the associations that offer excursions and trips

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Trips and Excursions

The heart of Tuscan Via Francigena - selfguidewalking tour - Sloways

Stop and look around. What you are seeing is the iconic Tuscan countryside – the one printed on postcards. But this is not a photograph, it is live and you are here!  In front of you lies the soft rolling hills scattered with cypresses, a gravel road stretching as far as the eye can see and a  horizon filled with more and more beautiful landscape.

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Via Francigena by bike - Lucca to Rome - Via del Sole

From the ancient wall of Lucca, you can cycle through the breathtaking landscapes of Tuscany and Latium, reaching Rome in 10 days and enjoying all the highlights of the Via Francigena.

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The Quintessence of Via Francigena

0% stress, 100% active experience. 7-day guided e-bike tour along the Via Francigena, where every detail is organized so you can enjoy a carefree experience.

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Via Francigena - Arriving 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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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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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 on Via Francigena, from Siena to Rome - SloWays

Are you ready to enter a postcard-like landscape? In the first part of this journey you will walk along the legendary 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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