The Via Francigena to Rome Camino to Rome – Via Francigena Full Route

Walking or Cycling or Easy Walking or Easy Cycling
Up to 97 Nights
2089 km
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April to October
1 week from €510

 All roads lead to Rome. The Via Francigena is an ancient pilgrim trail starting in Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England; crossing France and Switzerland before reaching Italy.

In medieval times, the Via Francigena was an important road for pilgrims heading south to Rome, and like the Camino de Santiago, this trail is an European Cultural Route by the Council of Europe. The Via Francigena, or Camino to Rome, takes walkers to some of the most stunning regions in Europe, such as Kent and the Dover cliffs, the WWI battlefields of Northern France, the Champagne region, Lake Geneva and the mighty Alps, the Apennines, lush Umbria, the picturesque hills of Tuscany and finally Rome, the eternal city…

Select “Let’s Go” to customise your route; start-finish points, stages in-between and options you would like to have. You can walk or cycle any of our ways.