Walking along the Via Francigena in Italy, you will follow most of the official waymarked route. Also known as The way to Rome, or Via Romea, this classic pilgrim’s trail starts in Canterbury all the way to Rome. Over the centuries the route has been used by emperors and also clergymen. Pilgrim’s would come in their thousands to walk to Rome, stopping along the way at important Holy places.
You will follow the pilgrim route along the beautiful Italian countryside, where you can also see Holy places like the cathedral of San Martino.
This is a very popular pilgrim trail just like the Camino de Santiago!