All Trails is great too. I did use it to record the walks then play back in the 3d flyover animation, that was a fun to recap the day.
I saw some wild pigs in the distance, as we approached Formello, but I most enjoyed them on the plate (Chingale ragu is one of the pleasures of life).
We will be walking from Lucca to Rome next month and interested in App recommendations. So far, I have:
* The official Via Francigena app
* Sloways app
(These seem good to have a downloaded map, and use GPS offline to help keep us on the path)
My wife and I are planning to complete the VF in April. We completed our "Phase 1" in October, Canterbury to Lausanne (by car, stopping at many churches). For the completion, we are planning to walk from Lucca to Rome.
Here is a wrap-up of our Camino Portuguese starting at Porto. This blog post links to each individual day's post: https://hallowedway.com/our-camino-portuguese-story/
Thanks to all who read the individual posts. After Santiago, we went to Oviedo, Lourdes, Turin, and Milan. We will be writing...
Here is our blog, The Hallowed Way. We are currently writing about our 2022 Camino Portuguese in a day-by-day format. We've written about Fatima and pilgrimages in Florida. In the near future, will have Lourdes and Turin. Hopefully will be doing the Via Francigena next spring.
Walk across the bridge. There isn't passport control or anything. Spain and Portugal are part of the same zone, designed to allow free passage back/forth.
We recently did the walk ourselves, it's on our blog. Do not walk past the Tui cathedral, it's incredible.