Tag: hiking

| 24 July 2017
To discover the origins of the Romea Nonantolana Way, we have to go back to the 7th century. The northern part of the Italian peninsula was divided into... Read more >>
| 13 July 2017
We return to Romagna once again for a look at two more of our region’s most beautiful little towns. Meet Portico di Romagna and San Benedetto in Alpe,... Read more >>
| 10 July 2017
Take an assortment of centuries-old local pilgrim paths (around Assisi, La Verna, Cerbaiolo, Montecasale, and Montepaolo) associated with various old traditional... Read more >>
| 26 June 2017
In 1236, Alberto of Stade, Abbot of the Benedictine monastery of St Mary’s in Stade, Germany, went to Rome to ask Pope Gregory IX’s permission to... Read more >>
| 06 June 2017
“A journey through history and the natural world that inspired one of the fathers of Italy’s language and culture, through age-old castles, magical... Read more >>
| 29 May 2017
Among the various paths across the Apennines to Lucca and Rome, the Via Linari is an old loop off the Via Francigena that is named after an abbey on the... Read more >>