208 km / 207 km in Emilia-Romagna
The Lombards then reorganised the path of the route, which was used for internal communications and as a connection with the rest of Italy and Rome, with two staging posts at the two important monasteries of Nonantola and Sestola.
Starting from the extremely important Abbey of Nonantola, a place of study and spirituality of European monastic life, the Romea Nonantolana Way followed two paths. The western path which follows the left bank of the Panaro River and passes through the city of Modena, and the eastern path ...
The Romea Nonantolana Way also joins the Francigena Way?in the direction of Roma at Fucecchio.
The Romea Nonantolana Way joins the Romea Strata Longobarda – Nonantolana Way and the Piccola Cassia Way.
The Romea Nonantolana Way is listed as a trail in the Atlas of Paths of the Mibact.