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Nice scenery

From Acquapendente there is a nice scenery after San Lorenzo and down to Bolsena. The path through... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2017
Trondoc
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Tonsberg, Norway
Via Francigena

This pilgrims Path from Canterbury to Rome is a well marked trail. I walked from Zürich to Pavia... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2015
heinzjacobi
,
Zurich, Switzerland
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Hiking trail that encompasses the Franchigena Way, the path pilgrims took from Northern Europe on their way to Rome.
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  • Average11%
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26 Apr 2017
“Nice scenery”
22 Jun 2015
“Via Francigena”
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Bolsena, Italy
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Reviewed 26 April 2017

From Acquapendente there is a nice scenery after San Lorenzo and down to Bolsena. The path through forest and agriculture areas . You will arrive directly into old town of Bolsena and passing the fortress.

Thank Trondoc
Reviewed 22 June 2015

This pilgrims Path from Canterbury to Rome is a well marked trail. I walked from Zürich to Pavia and joined there the via Francigena and will finish it next June in Rome. It passes through many villages and old cities und is specially nice to...More

Thank heinzjacobi
Reviewed 18 January 2015

Ancient path followed by pilgrims to Rome or to Santiago de Compostela, passing through old towns and wonderful scenarios

Thank 4is
Reviewed 9 September 2014

We walked the VF from Siena to Rome this summer, and passed through Bolsena, approaching from Acquapendente the day before (23km, 14 miles) ending at Montefiascone the day after (18km, 11 miles). The whole trip was about 200 miles, and we stayed in hotels and...More

4  Thank Family152
Reviewed 27 June 2013

Lots of good walking on this path. Don't miss seeing the Cassia old Roman road. The path wanders a large length of Italy, ending up, of course, at Roma

Thank psf1
Reviewed 9 June 2013

The Pilgrims Path is the Via Francigena which runs from Canterbury to Rome but the miraculous basilica of Bolsena is a special point on the way. The entry to the town winds its way through the old walls and under the castle in a truly...More

4  Thank galloping_grannie
Reviewed 27 May 2012

Perhaps not always well signposted when in the countryside but the unexpected is always just round the corner...how about the whole of the old town of S Lorenzo just languishing beside the path with few boards showing its existence and yet it was a complete...More

Thank Christopher H
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