The Via Francigena Cycling route from Lucca in Tuscany to Rome links two of the most beautiful cities on the planet, Siena with its stunning UNESCO World Heritage historic centre, and Rome, nicknamed the ‘The Eternal City’ because of its history and all the glorious buildings you can see there. Your cycling route will last 11 nights and take you across the Tuscany and the Lazio regions while all the time being surrounded by outstanding landscapes, with rolling hills, vineyards and lakes. These hills are not difficult to climb and your route takes only nice rolling roads/trails. Pass by the outstanding Val d’Orcia, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, made famous by artists of the Renaissance.
All roads lead to Rome on this Via Francigena route. You have the option to start your cycle anywhere from the valley town of Lucca, south of the Apennine Mountains to the eternal city of Rome. Tailoring your cycle allows you to discover this magnificent region at a leisurely pace, with an average of only 20kms per day.
Choose to pass through beautiful Tuscan countryside with spectacular towns and cities like Lucca, San Miniato, Siena, Sutri and Rome to name a few. Each town has its own special attractions surrounded by fantastic Italian countryside, that wont leave you disappointed.
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