All the places of worship that stand along the Tuscan section of the ancient Via Francigena, from the lovely churches the dot the Lunigiana to the better-known abbeys and cathedrals, such as the Cathedral and Baptistry of San Giovanni in Siena.
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