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  1. DSouthard

    Where the Roads Lead 2017-03-11

    This book is a memoir of a walking pilgrimage from Barcelona, Spain to Rome, Italy during the summer of 2014. The author primarily walked the network of Gran Route trails through Catalunya, the Via Domitia through France, and finally the Via Francigena from Vercelli, Italy to Rome. More than a...
  2. DSouthard

    Where the Roads Lead 2017-03-11

    This book is a memoir of a walking pilgrimage from Barcelona, Spain to Rome, Italy during the summer of 2014. The author primarily walked the network of Gran Route trails through Catalunya, the Via Domitia through France, and finally the Via Francigena from Vercelli, Italy to Rome. More than a...
  3. T

    Hiking to Santiago from Rome (advice wanted)

    Hello, Buenos dias. Has anyone completed this route by foot? I am struggling (even after lurking on this forum for awhile) to find any first-hand accounts. I am attempting it from early April before the heat kicks in. I will be taking a tent, cooking equipment. The plan is to do the Via...
  4. KinkyOne

    Wine fountain on Cammino di San Tomasso

    A week ago allegedly first wine fountain outside Spain (Irache) and on any pilgrim way was opened in the town of Caldari di Ortona: http://www.mondofox.it/2016/10/07/abruzzo-prima-fontana-vino/ Ortona is at the end of Cammino di San Tomasso which runs from Rome for 316kms. In short...
  5. NeeT

    Pilgrim Accommodation in Rome for a Camino de Santiago Pellegrina

    Hi all! As I am coming to the end (?!) of my Camino I have started to think about the next part of my journey. I will be getting a flight from Madrid to Rome and was wondering if there may be some albergue style accommodation available for this pilgrim who doesn't want the camino feeling to...
  6. grayland

    A couple of questions.....

    When walking in Spain, I always send a box or small suitcase on to Ivar when I arrive in Spain. This is for "after Camino" clothes as we usually hang around Europe for a bit after arriving in Santiago. Does anyone have experience or a suggestion as to how this would be handled in Rome? I am...
  7. David Edmond

    From Brindisi to Santiago

    Been a long time in the thinking and planning, app 3000 km still not 100% certain but would be a start of next March Has anyone out there walked any part of this route exempting the Franch leg as that is pretty well documented I would love to hear your views and tips David
  8. L

    Italy: Shelter 2013 2015-03-17

    Shelter along the Via Francigena & Il Cammino di San Francesco (2013): Cessana-Torinese to Bari (download) ...and resources found along the way: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/italy-cessana-turinese-via-assisi-rome-to-bari.32023/


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