Siena to Montefiascone is an 11 day, 150 km with many highlights in Tuscany and Lazio. The landscape abounds with Tuscan hills and cypress trees unique to the Crete Senesi landscape. There are many beautiful medieval cities and town like Buonconvento, San Quirico d’Orcia, Radicofani, Proceno, Acquapendente and Bolsena. Then there are the Montalcino vineyards and Lake Bolsena. In general, it is fair to say that this walk takes in the best history, culture, landscape, architecture, food and wine that Italy has to offer.
The Via Francigena goes all the way from Canterbury to Rome. But you only have to walk the last 100 km to receive your Testimonium in Rome. So walk the Via Francigena Montefiascone to Rome and take only take 7 nights or 8 days to arrive in Rome. Most importantly, you will be delighted with all the surprises that Lazio has to offer! Don’t miss out! Sign up for our Via Francigena Montefiascone to Rome self-guided tour and walk the last 100 km to Rome!
Via Francigena Tours offers a Lucca to Siena 10 day tour through the heart of Tuscany. It covers a distance of 125 km through the heart of the Tuscan landscape with overnight stays in hilltop towns like San Miniato, Gambassi Terme, San Gimignano and Monteriggioni. Highlights are the Tuscan food and wine and the amazing history and culture of the region. So sign up for a tour anywhere between April and October.
Lausanne to Grand-St-Bernard Pass is a 126 km, 8 day self-guided walk along the Swiss Via Francigena. It goes from Lausanne, around Lake Geneva, then through the Rhône Valley and into the Swiss Alps. Throughout the whole walk there is stunning alpine scenery, lake and river views, vineyards, pine trees and lots of Swiss cows. But the walk is only available in the summer months from mid-June to Mid-September. Continue reading for more information on our Lausanne to Grand-St-Bernard Pass tour!
Via Francigena Tours offers a 4 day self-guided tour from Canterbury to Dover. This tour marks the beginning of the long Via Francigena pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome. It begins at Canterbury Cathedral at the zero kilometre milestone and a Pilgrim’s Blessing and ends 31 km away in Dover. The walk is steeped in history from prehistory to present day reminders of war time heroes. The landscape and tiny villages are so romantically English! And the Kent food delicious, especially Kent tea. It is a place of Castles and Cathedrals and the world famous ruins of UNESCO St Augustine’s Abbey.