Pilgrim passport -Via Romea Germanica
The Credential certifies the status of “pilgrim”.
A pilgrim is someone who goes to a place of Christian worship with the intention of strengthening his faith and wishes to have an important human and spiritual experience. The Credential commits the applicant to respectful behaviour towards those who offer hospitality and those he/she meets along the way.
It grants access to “Hostels”, shelters for pilgrims; it allows benefits where there is an agreement between the operator and the Via Romea Germanica Association.
The Credential bears the place and date of departure and the place and date of arrival, the stamps of the localities and accommodation facilities encountered, demonstrating the route travelled.
And it is a valid document to obtain a certificate at the end of the pilgrimage: the “Testimonium” once you arrive in Rome.
It can only be used by those making the pilgrimage on foot, by bicycle or on horseback.
Our Credential is numbered, personal and registered.
Collect all the stamps; the credential contains 64 stamping boxes, more than enough for the 45 Italian stages.
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