Countless museums, artworks and monuments are found along the Via Francigena in Tuscany, which reveal local history and the stories of the pilgrims who have travelled the ancient road over the centuries.
An intact medieval village, a fortified castle with tufo mud-stone walls and a tower that seems cut off
A picturesque journey through the mountains immersed in nature
A voyage through unspoiled nature that leads to an Etruscan City
From Prehistory to the Middle Ages and modern times
An alternate route through the “forgotten” villages in Lunigiana