Walking Nature World
Joined: 12 Aug 2018
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Via Francigena is an old pilgrim and trade way that stretches from Canterbury, England, goes through all the France, crosses Alps, Switzerland and then it comes to the city of Rome, Italy. It is a very long pilgrim trail - around 1800km and is kind of an Italian version of the Camino in Spain. We were specifically interested in Italy, so we did only the Italian part of the trail. We started in Aosta valley in the North of Italy, followed it for several days and then continued it in the province of Tuscany. We hiked through the most beautiful natural places and visited many interesting medieval villages and historical sites as well.
What was your Via Francigena like?
We are a young couple who loves hiking, nature walking and camping. We choose walking over driving and other types of transportation whenever we can. Also we have a Youtube channel where we're showcasing all our hikes.