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Leg 22: Passo della Cisa to Pontremoli

The Via Francigena pilgrims’ route goes through the Apennines towards the Mediterranean, coming out of the mountains near present-day Cisa (or ... Read more »

Leg 23: Pontremoli to Aulla

This 33km leg leaves from Pontremoli and takes about 8 hours. It is a fairly level route with a maximum altitude of 250 metres along unpaved ... Read more »

Leg 24: Aulla to Sarzana

The 24th leg of the Via Francigena in Italy runs from Aulla to Sarzana, set in the Italian region of Liguria. ... Read more »

Leg 25: Sarzana to Massa

The first part of the leg is on the level. You reach Luni, the ancient Roman port where marble was shipped to Rome. The port of S. ... Read more »

Leg 26: Massa to Camaiore

This leg rises to the Aghinolfi Castle to access a panoramic way, that needs to be covered carefully because of the traffic. ... Read more »

Leg 27: Camaiore to Lucca

After visiting the old town centre of Camaiore and old Badia, climb up to Montemagno and through the valley of Freddana, where you will arrive at ... Read more »

Leg 28: Lucca to Altopascio

This 18.6 kilometer stretch, which begins in Lucca, can be traversed in about 4 hours. ... Read more »

Leg 29: Altopascio to San Miniato

This leg is 29.53 km long and begins in Altopascio; it takes less than 6 hours to complete. ... Read more »

Leg 30: San Miniato to Gambassi Terme

This leg is 23.7 km long and begins in San Miniato, and takes less than 6 hours. ... Read more »

Leg 31: Gambassi Terme to San Gimignano

This 13 km leg begins in Gambassi Terme and takes 3 hours to complete. ... Read more »

Leg 32: San Gimignano to Monteriggioni

This 31 km leg begins in San Gimignano and takes about 7 hours to complete. ... Read more »

Leg 33: Monteriggioni to Siena

This 18 km leg begins in Monteriggioni and takes about 6 hours to complete. ... Read more »

Leg 34: Siena to Ponte d'Arbia

This 26 km leg begins in Siena and takes less than 7 hours. A challenging course along the unpaved roads of the Val d'Arbia, with rolling ... Read more »

Leg 35: Ponte d’Arbia to San Quirico d’Orcia

Starting from Ponte d’Arbia, this 26 km leg takes about 6 hours to complete. ... Read more »

Leg 36: San Quirico d'Orcia to Radicofani

This challenging 33 km leg of the Via Francigena begins in San Quirico d'Orcia and takes about 7 hours. ... Read more »

Leg 37: Radicofani to Acquapendente

From Radicofani begins a difficult leg of 24 km, which takes about 7 hours worth of hiking - the tuscan stretch covers roughly 15 km. ... Read more »

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