Via Francigena

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The ancient road that in the Middle Ages linked Canterbury to Rome and to the ports of Puglia was rediscovered by modern wayfarers, who set off along a splendid and surprising route. Since 2001, the European Association of Vie Francigene coordinates the development and enhancement of an itinerary that crosses Italy and Europe and retraces the history of our continent.
The part that crosses Tuscany is really suggestive, with the crossing of beautiful places like San Gimignano, the Crete Senesi and the Val d’Orcia.

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