Italian Pilgrim Routes

Wonderful hikes along the most famous pilgrim routes to Rome like the Via Francigena and the Via di Francesco, in Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio.

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St Francis way is an exciting trail that crosses the most beautiful and rich areas of Tuscany and Umbria. Starting in Florence, you will cross some of the most beautiful areas of central Italy from a naturalistic, historical and cultural point of view. The forest of the Apennines, the rich art cities of Umbria, enchanted lakes and ancient villages to reach Rome, just as the saint of Assisi did. The Via di Francesco is an itinerary to be covered on foot, by bicycle or on horseback, in all seasons and with the pace you want

Firenze - St. Francis Way

St. Francis Way  - 1

Florence - Sansepolcro

The first leg of this itinerary will take you from the heart of Renaissance culture, Florence to San Sepolcro to the beautiful countryside between Umbria and Tuscany

St. Francis Way  - 4

Rieti - Roma

The last leg of Via of Saint Francis, will take you from Rieti along the Salaria way through the unspoiled countryside  as far as the Eternal City

St Francis way, San Sepolcro Assisi

St. Francis Way  - 2

Sansepolcro - Assisi

Walking through beautiful woods, forests and green meadows between Umbria and Tuscany as far as one of the most stunning little towns of Italy, Assisi

St. Francis way, Spoleto

St. Francis Way  - the best

Gubbio - Spoleto

This is a real journey into the very best part of St. Francis Route, including all comforts and good quality accommodations for hikers and modern travellers

St. Francis Way  - 3

Assisi - Rieti

From Assisi to Rieti through the most beautiful  Umbria Landscapes rich in olive groves, vineyards, hidyllic lakes! 

St. Francis Way - the heart

Perugia - Spoleto

This is a real journey into the heart of St. Francis Route, This route will take you back to the middle age and renaissance of Italy and will let you taste the best cuisine and best wines of our country

umbriaction - Francigena way


The medieval pilgrim route from Canterbury to Rome has become one of the most famous trekking routes of the world. It is certainly one of the best ways to discover the naturalistic, artistic and historical beauties of Italy. On our website you will find the last sections of this journey starting from Lucca in Tuscany to Rome but don't hesitate to contact us for the whole Italian journey from Aosta! The self-guided program on foot or by bicycle is available on two different categories of accommodations to meet the needs of all travelers

Via Francigena -  1

Lucca - Siena

This is a real journey into the heart of Francigena way, This route will take you back to the middle age and renaissance of Tuscany

Via Francigena -  4

The best of Via Francigena

A special itinerary created not only for hikers but for discovering all the secrets of this magic land

Via Francigena -  2

Siena - Viterbo

A new journey into one the most actattive parts of the Francigena way, throught Val d'Orcia and tuscan valleys and meadows

Via Francigena -  3

Viterbo - Rome

The last leg of this wonderful itinerary, from Viterbo through the unspoiled countryside  as far as the Eternal City

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