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Abbot’s Way

6 legs

127 Km in Emilia-Romagna

Also known as the “Francigena di Montagna”. The heart of this way is the Abbey of Bobbio which still keeps the mortal remains of Saint Columbanus

Francigena Way

6 legs

143 Km in Emilia-Romagna

A European cultural itinerary that retraces the long journey of Archbishop Sigeric from Canterbury to Rome in the 10th century

Linari Way

7 legs

110 Km in Emilia-Romagna

A trail that bears witness to the importance of the Abbey of Linari in controlling the Apennine mountain pass to Tuscany and along the ancient trade routes of the Salt road

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Matilde’s Way of the Holy Face

9 legs

140 Km in Emilia-Romagna

Reliving the story of Matilde di Canossa through the locations in her ancient estate is a fascinating adventure for those who follow the trail along the ancient medieval paths

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The Romea Germanica Imperiale Way

22 legs

160 Km in Emilia-Romagna

The road was travelled in both directions by the Celts, Etruscans, Romans, and later by the Lombards, Franks, and the Germanic people. This route crosses the Tuscan-Emilian Apennine Mountains, runs along ancient rivers and passes through Modena as well as

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Romea Nonantolana Way

6 legs

207 Km in Emilia-Romagna

An itinerary that reflects the medieval division of the kingdoms of the Italian peninsula with two routes that start from Nonantola and cross the Apennines above Modena in the direction of Rome.

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Romea Strata Longobarda Nonantolana Way

12 legs

186 Km in Emilia-Romagna

A picturesque itinerary that joined north-eastern Europe with Rome

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Piccola Cassia Way

9 legs

113 Km in Emilia-Romagna

An ancient Roman road that joined the cities of Modena Nonantola and Pistoia, providing a safe route toward the city of Rome

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Wool and Silk Road

3 legs

69 Km in Emilia-Romagna

This ancient medieval way linked Bologna with Prato and was used for trade purposes. It is open almost all year round.

Way of the Gods

3 legs

67 Km in Emilia-Romagna

An ancient road system through some of the most picturesque places in the Apennines amid ancient and modern religious forms, a route that joins Bologna to Florence

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St. Anthony’s Way

15 legs

258 Km in Emilia-Romagna

A trail which retraces some of the most important stages of the saint’s life through the places where he played a prominent role and which were touched by his passing

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Romea Germanica Way

18 legs

260 Km in Emilia-Romagna

An ancient route that retraces the stages of the journey undertaken in the 12th century by Friar Albert of Stade to Rome

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Viae Misericordiae

11 legs

225 Km in Emilia-Romagna

This loop route was promoted for the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. It runs from the Pomposa Abbey to the Hermitage of Gamogna and reaches the area of Bagnacavallo, rich in renowned art towns and natural parks.

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Dante’s Way

13 legs

194 Km in Emilia-Romagna

A trail that recovers the ancient paths between Ravenna and Florence and the places that inspired the supreme poet.

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Assisi Way

4 legs

72 Km in Emilia-Romagna

The hermitage of Monte Paolo is the starting point of this picturesque spiritual itinerary which retraces the places traditionally connected with St. Francis

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St. Vicinius’ Way

12 legs

210 Km in Emilia-Romagna

Amid history and nature a picturesque trail which from Sarsina, between Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna, passes through the lands of the miracle-working saint

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St. Francis Way from Rimini to La Verna

5 legs

98 Km in Emilia-Romagna

The trail was opened 800 years after the passing of the saint in Valmarecchia, and retraces his steps through places where his presence is documented or sustained by ancient traditions

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Alta Via Trail of the Parks

27 legs

493 Km in Emilia-Romagna

This route runs along the Apennine ridge of Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany and reaches the Marche region. Passing through two National Parks, it links all the Pilgrimage Trails and routes of the Emilia-Romagna region.