More than you might think. I walked Canterbury Rome in 2011 and met no other pilgrims before St Bernard,s Pass. No more than 20 the whole way. But this is deceptive. Last year I walked Rome to Sarzana and met pilgrims every day, I even met a guided group.eranrunner said:BTW, how many people are walking the Via Francigena these days? How many people have you met on the road?
You can also check out An Italian Odyssey for a personal account of walking the Via Francigena from Switzerland to Rome.mspath said:Eran,
Sorry, I should have assumed that you would have read the thread!
For accounts or blogs post 2010 have you read Brian Mooney?
Check out his A Long Way for a Pizza- On Foot to Rome published 2012.
What about Googling the two terms Via Francigena and blog ? Perhaps something else more recent might appear.
I was reading something else when I saw that.“Guida alla Via Francigena” di Monica
D’Atti e Franco Cinti, IV edizione, Terre di
Mezzo Editore, Milano, 2012
e riprodotto nella edizione cartografica in
scala 1:30.000, con indicazioni e
informazioni integralmente bilingue
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