Via Francigena – From Canterbury to Rome


  • Duration : 30 days
  • Our favorite : Lucca and San Michele in Foro Church
  • Inclusion : Transport with private driver, gasoline, parkings, tolls/Booking, coordination, accompaniment/Mini-van equipped with wheelchair ramp on request.
  • Supplements : Meals for participants, entrance tickets to museums/sites/monuments with paid access/shows/activities, overnight stay in charming accommodation, equivalent to 3*/4*/5* depending on your budget
  • Price : 120 € TTC per person x 8 per day x 20
  • Disponibility :On request, all year round
  • Languages : French – English – Cantonese – Mandarin – Korean – Spanish – German – Italian – Arabic – Indonesian – Japanese. Other languages, please contact us.


Pilgrimage along the Via Francigena: All roads lead to Rome“

Along the Via Francigena route, via a journey of approximately 1700 km, from England to “the eternal city”, discover artistic cultures from pre-Romanesque and Romanesque to gothic, renaissance and baroque style, a rich religious heritage, landscapes’ and nature’s beauty , immersion, relaxation, spirituality on the pilgrimage’s path in England, France, Switzerland and Italy.
This path follows the main Roman Antiquity roads back to 58 B.C, when Julius Caesar built a road through France, called “Rome’s road” or “Via Francisca”. This route finds many other variations to cross current territories of France, Switzerland and Italy, From Piedmont to Latium as military, trade or pilgrimage routes.
From Canterbury, then Douvres, we will explore main sanctuaries in England, then in France, in Arras, Reims, Bar sur Aube, Besancon; in Switzerland, Lausanne with its Leman lake and its cathedral, built in part for the pilgrimages, crossroad of several hiking paths. In Italy, Aoste, Pavie, Pontremoli, Lucca, Sienne, Bolsena and finally Rome, birthplace of the Pope and Christianity, to discover the “tour of seven churches”.