Via Romea Germanica – Official Guidebook in Italian
The Via Romea Germanica- Official Guide, 1000 km through Italy in 46 stages
In the Middle Ages, those traveling to Rome from Western European countries traveled along the Via Francigena, while those departing from Northern and Central Europe followed the Via Romea Germanica.
An ancient route that saw the passage of pilgrims, wayfarers, merchants, and kings, it traverses Italy from north to south, touching on beautiful towns and cities of art such as Padua, Ferrara, Ravenna, Orvieto, Civita di Bagnoregio, and Montefiascone.
A month and a half on foot or by bike on dirt tracks and small roads, immersed in the most beautiful landscapes of the peninsula: from the Alps to the Adriatic Sea, from the woods of the Romagna Apennines to the hills of Tuscany and Umbria.
An itinerary to be experienced all at once, or even in stages.
With all the information you need to get on the trail: how to prepare, when to start, detailed stage-by-stage route description, maps, elevations, elevation differences, where to sleep, places not to miss, in-depth information.
Plus, a section of technical data for cyclists, and the most suitable variants for two wheels.
A guidebook for everyone as pilgrims, trekkers, wayfarers, and for those who want to experiment even for short stretches along one of the most ascending and undiscovered routes.
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Do you have credentials?
The pilgrim’s credential represents the “pilgrim’s passport”. Attests to the identity and motivation of the traveler, is an indispensable tool. You can buy it here
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