1000 KILOMETRES OF ART, HISTORY AND CULTURE: WHAT TO SEE, DISCOVER AND TASTE ALONG THE ANCIENT VIA FRANCIGENA
The guide, following the path of Sigeric, archbishop of Canterbury, gives the reader a series of historical-touristic itineraries near the Italian section of the ancient Romea pathway, divided into stops from the Gran San Bernardo to Rome, and crossing the various regions. The castles of the Aosta Valley, the Canavese, The Oltrepo Pavese, The Emilia of Verdi, The Liguria of the 5 Terre, the Tuscany of the UNESCO sites, the Etruscan Tuscia are just some of them.
A series of paths that can be done also in separate journeys over the course of one weekend, by car or by bike, or according to the slow tourism trend, on foot, by bike or horseback, in order to experience the pathway in an authentic way. The guide also has useful information on where to get information, where to eat and sleep along the way.