The Via Francigena
A spiritual journey of self-discovery
The ancient Via Francigena, the route taken by Sigeric, Archbishop of Canterbury, to Rome, leads pilgrims on a journey of discovery through the Tuscan countryside, through nature, art and history.
In the Terre di Siena, the Via Francigena crosses the territories of San Gimignano, Monteriggioni, Siena, Monteroni d’Arbia, Buonconvento, San Quirico d’Orcia and Radicofani.
This is an important route for those looking for cultural and spiritual experiences, offering unspoilt country, castles and historic towns, artistic treasures and ancient traditions.
It is a slow way to travel, through wonderful places, on foot, bike or horseback: an interior journey, religious or secular but still spiritual, that will enrich your spirit and your personal experience.