Planning a Tuscany holiday? If you’re looking for an authentic regional stay, think about staying in a bed and breakfast Tuscany.
When exploring Tuscany, there are so many local, self-guided tours you can take through this stunning region of Italy.
One of the most interesting tour options is the 2,000-kilometre long Via Francigena, an ancient pilgrimage route which links Canterbury to Rome.
Camino Ways offers self-guided tours of Via Francigena year-round.
Passing through England, France, Switzerland and Italy, the Via Francigena is actually split into 17 sections, approximately 1 week long per section.
From Canterbury Cathedral, the Via Francigena passes through the Chanel crossing, the Champagne vineyards, Reims, Lausanne and the Lake Geneva, the Great St Bernard Pass, the Aosta Valley, the Tuscany region, Siena and at last Rome.
For more info on Via Francigena tours, visit the Camino Ways site.
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