Walking the Way of St. Francis in Italy
Camino of Saint Francis of Assisi / Camino di Francesco
A Walking Pilgrimage13 Days
Your trip includes
- Round-trip airfare from your desired Airport
- All airport taxes & fuel surcharges
- Hotel accommodations (or similar) in double occupancy
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- 8 picnic lunches
- Wine with dinners
- Assistance of a professional local guide throughout
- Sightseeing and admission fees as per itinerary
- Catholic priest, Mass daily & spiritual activities
- Luggage handling (1 piece per person)
- Lunches on non-walking days, tips to your guide & driver.
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About your trip
We will begin our journey together in Rome, the Eternal City and head of the Catholic Church. Our Franciscan route will start at La Verna, where St. Francis received the stigmata. The next day our walking pilgrimage begins with a hike to Pieve Santo Stefano, known for its Benedictine monastery and an angelic miracle. Next we will head to Sansepolcro, founded in honor of the Holy Sepulcher of Christ. The following day we will stroll into Umbria! Beginning with Citerna, where St. Francis visited and blessed a hill, we will continue to Citta di Castello. We will have a long and gorgeous walking day at this juncture, ending in Pietralunga. Next we will stop at another place visited by Francis, the Benedictine Abbey in Monteleto. We will then be transferred to Gubbio, where St. Francis had his famous encounter with the wolf. Following our last stops in Biscina and Valfabbrica, we will finally arrive in Assisi. We will spend two days in the hometown of St. Francis to explore various churches, venerate his tomb, and soak in the sacred grounds that were once walked by the founder of the Franciscans.