The via Francigena.
1.000 kilometres on foot from the Gran San Bernardo to Rome
From the Alps to Rome on foot along the route of the ancient pilgrims in the footsteps of Archbishop Sigerico (10th century). An entire month, a week or a few days: an extraordinary journey of discovery alone or in a group, among unexpected landscapes, medieval churches and stretches of Roman roads, crossing some of the most beautiful and evocative villages in Italy. 45 stages between Valle d’Aosta, Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, Liguria, Tuscany and Lazio. With all the essential information to get on the road: detailed maps, altimetry, step-by-step description of the route, official variants, where to sleep and places to visit. A guide for everyone: pilgrims, trekkers, wayfarers and for those who want to experiment even for short distances along one of the most famous itineraries in Europe.
Publisher: Terre di Mezzo
Author: Roberta Ferraris