A journey through the places where Dante, in exile, wrote the Divine Comedy
Dante’s Way is a great ring that crosses Romagna and the Casentino area, along roads and paths connecting Ravenna and Florence; full of references to the vicissitudes of the time, these are the places where Dante lived in exile and wrote the ‘Divine Comedy’.
The Way has been planned to avoid asphalt as far as possible and comprises trails that were once the “ridge” routes used until the end of the eighteenth century, in many cases coinciding with ancient Etruscan-Roman roads.
Along the way there are a whole range of facilities and services that can be accessed by presenting your “credentials”. These can be obtained from the association together with the ”Cartoguida” – Itinerary info and list of accommodation when paying the registration fee.
Given the limited sleeping accommodation available along the way, it is best to book in advance.