Tag: nature

| 29 May 2017

Among the various paths that cross the Apennines to reach the city of Lucca and Rome there is the Via dei Linari, one of the ancient deviations of Francigena which takes its name from the homonymous… Read more >>

| 15 May 2017

The St. Vicinio Way is one of the oldest Italian historical hiking paths and is developed on a circular itinerary that extends for almost 350 kilometers between the provinces of Forlì-Cesena, Arezzo and Rimini, and… Read more >>

| 08 May 2017

“My love for hiking isn’t a secret – so it wasn’t purely by chance that I found myself hiking a part of the Alta Via Trail in Emilia Romagna, but I didn’t expect it would… Read more >>

| 02 May 2017

“Europe was born in a pilgrimage, and its mother tongue is Christianity” J.W. Goethe The Via Francigena, also known as via Francesca or Romea, is an ancient pilgrimage route from North-West Europe to Rome (and then… Read more >>

| 27 March 2017

“A slowly journey of 120 Kilometers on an age-old route and with a spectacular start: 4 km, from Bologna to Monte Adone under the longest portico of the World“ It is called Way of the… Read more >>

| 06 March 2017

Rivers that embrace the Adriatic Sea, valleys and basins of freshwater and salted water, woods and pinewoods are the quintessential elements of the Po Delta, a marvellous example of biodiversity, whose beating heart is water…. Read more >>