For more than 1,000 years, pilgrims have walked the Via Francigena, once the major pilgrimage route from Northern Europe to the Holy See at Rome. In 990AD, Sigeric the Serious, Archbishop of Canterbury in England, walked to Rome and wrote an account of the Way. We follow Sigeric's route in Italy between the cities of Lucca and Siena.
- Follow the ancient Pilgrim's Way in Tuscany
- Guided walking tours of historic Lucca and Siena
- Visit wine cellars producing Vernaccia white wine
- Gain a unique perspective on the real Tuscany