Taking in the final section of the Via Francigena, this 17-day pilgrimage has all the hallmarks of a classic Italian walk. From vineyards and olive groves to homemade pasta and doppio espressos, you’ll never have more efficient fuel in your tank than when walking in Italy.
Imagine Tuscan hills, plates of pizza and pasta, Chianti wine and castles and cathedrals. Quite simply, this section of the Via Francigena, the historic pilgrimage to the Eternal city of Rome, could be the best nine days of walking in Italy and possibly the whole of Europe.
Join the many thousands of pilgrims who have embarked on this ancient journey to Italy’s Eternal city . Tackle this section of the Via Francigena from Lucca to Rome, taking in 25 days and 435 kilometres of prime Italian real estate along the way.