“This route will be just as busy as the Camino one day, enjoy it while it is still empty .”Unknown Walker
Walking from Canterbury to Rome might just be one of the best experiences of your life. The Via Francigena is a unique walking path that runs all the way from Canterbury in the United Kingdom, through France and Switzerland and the length of Italy, before reaching Rome. The section of the Via Francigena from Lucca to Rome is one of the most popular and it is easy to see why. With the rolling vineyards of Tuscany, splendid food, incredible scenery and the welcoming towns and villages of Lazio – walking from Lucca to Rome on the Via francigena is truly a once in a life time experience. You can find out more about our experience of doing this and how to walk from Lucca to Rome on the Via Francigena below.
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