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accommodation list for the italian part of via francigena

caminka

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my two cents on the via francigena accommodation. (it actually starts in martigny on the swiss side because I thought it would be cool.) it's oriented towards pilgrim-specific and pilgrim-friendly budget accommodation, compiled from various sites and various blogs.
may it serve you well! :)

the link to resources section with the file: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/accommodation-list-for-the-italian-part-of-via-francigena.672/

updated in december 2018

updated in april 2019.

updated in june 2019.
 

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my two cents on the via francigena accommodation. (it actually starts in martigny on the swiss side because I thought it would be cool.) it's oriented towards pilgrim-specific and pilgrim-friendly budget accommodation, compiled from various sites and various blogs.
may it serve you well! :)

the link to resources section with the file: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/resources/accommodation-list-for-the-italian-part-of-via-francigena.672/
Thanks for sharing
 

smj6

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my two cents on the via francigena accommodation. (it actually starts in martigny on the swiss side because I thought it would be cool.) it's oriented towards pilgrim-specific and pilgrim-friendly budget accommodation, compiled from various sites and various blogs.
may it serve you well! :)
Thank you for this resource, @caminka. I'm about to head off to San Gimignano in a couple of days and walk down to Rome, so this is very useful.
 

caminka

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if you head to the resources section, there is a small update under the discussion there.
 

Viajero33

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This is fantastic, thank you! I'll be starting out of London on May 8th and will definitely hang on to this list for when I get to Switzerland. I'm surprised at the number of donativos listed there - maybe the expense won't be quite as high as I thought.
 

caminka

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This is fantastic, thank you! I'll be starting out of London on May 8th and will definitely hang on to this list for when I get to Switzerland. I'm surprised at the number of donativos listed there - maybe the expense won't be quite as high as I thought.
:)
as far as I know, donativos in switzerland are rare. pilgrim prices are chf 25-30, everything else is ridiculously expensive.
in italy, donativos usually expect about €10 so you should account for that.

also, I can't guarante that everything listed is still operating. information is sometimes quite confusing. we all appreciate the updates from the walking pilgrims. :)
 
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caminka

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This is great - thank you so much. I will be walking the Tuscany Region in late August and is my first walk. I was thinking if I should book in advance or not. This helps alot. Thank you!
you're welcome.
 

caminka

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I've just seen that parrochia in buonconvento is on the last official accommodation list again. can anyone confirm this?
 

caminka

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and now that I've come to the last accommodation list, there are some incosistencies towards the end.

- monastero di carmelitane in sutri is reported not to accept pilgrims. recent info would be helpful.
- ostello di apollo is probably part of hotel tempio di apollo in isola farnese, not in la storta.
- maison della cattedrale I found only in sutri, not in rome. maison san francesco on the same address doesn't exist at all? or is perhaps the extension of maison della cattedrale.
- base scout la valletta is a campground in la storta, not in rome.
- cobragor is an agriturismo accessible from monte mario alto, not at all near central rome.
 

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