From Canterbury to Rome, an international 'Culture Route of the Council of Europe'
A journey through the places where Dante, in exile, wrote the Divine Comedy
This was once the fastest route between Lucca and Pavia and passes the Abbey of Bobbio, where the body of San Colombano, father of European monasticism, was laid to rest
Explore the birthplace of the Franciscan Order by faithfully following the way of the founder in 1213
Along the Camossa lands to discover the past and give a new idea of development towards the future; a path that has the ambition to mend connections between Europe and the Mediterranean sea from north to south
A distinctive circular route starts and ends in front of the thousand-year-old Basilica of San Vicinio in Sarsina
From Assisi to Gubbio, from the Hermitage of Montecasale to the Monastery of Camaldoli to the Basilica of San Francesco crossing paths and places traversed by St. Anthony and St. Francis
The way traces the life of the saint through the sites of his spiritual retreats before reaching Padua.
Used from the 7th century BC between Fiesole and Felsina, the Way takes its mythological inspiration from local place names
Nonantola is the starting point for the medieval journey that unfolds along two distinct paths: Western and Eastern