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Leg B09 - Variant from Parma to Fornovo

The route reaches Fornovo di Taro, running nearby some points of cultural and architectural interest:

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Variant "lungo Taro" 19 - from Collecchio to Fornovo di Taro

Second section of the variant that connects Parma with Fornovo di Taro.

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Variant 'lungo Taro' 19 - from Parma to Collecchio

First section of the variant connecting Parma with Fornovo di Taro.

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BS1 from Jougne to Lausanne

We cross the Franco-Swiss border and the Pre-Alps to reach the Swiss plateau and finally the capital of the canton of Vaud, Lausanne, the city where the International Olympic Committee is based, charming with its sloping streets that descend towards Lake Geneva.

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BS2 from Lausanne to Villeneuve

From the capital of the canton of Vaud, we follow the magnificent shores of Lake Geneva, the famous vineyards of Lavaux and the towns of Vevey and Montreux before reaching Villeneuve.

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BS3 From Villeneuve to Martigny

We leave the banks of Lake Leman to follow the Rhone River in the opposite direction until Martigny, the last stage before crossing the Alps!

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BS4 From Martigny to the Great St. Bernard pass

Probably the most symbolic stage but also the most difficult and dangerous!

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VFS06 - Stage Vevey-Aigle

The route skirts around Lake Geneva, crossing Montreux and proceeding until Villeneuve.  Leaving the lake behind, the course continues levelly till it arrives at the entrance of Aigle.  It then rises to pass Yvorne and a lovely panoramic point of the Rhône Valley, before descending to Aigle. 

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Leg 19bis – From Collecchio to Fornovo

A very pleasant and varied route, which in the first part crosses the Parco dei Boschi di Carrega, and then runs through the hills of the Taro valley, with beautiful views of the Po Valley and the Apennines.

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VFF47bis - Historical variant leg from Pontarlier to Jougne

From Pontarlier starts the final climb to cross the Jura mountain. Over a few kilometers, the Via Francigena follows the same direction as the Route of Absinthe linking the comtoise city with Val de Travers, two high places of this drink renowned for its disturbing reputation.

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VFF47 - From Pontarlier to L’Auberson/Sainte Croix

From Pontarlier starts the final climb to cross the Jura mountain. Over a few kilometers, the Via Francigena follows the same direction as the Route of Absinthe linking the comtoise city with Val de Travers, two high places of this drink renowned for its disturbing reputation.

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VFF46 - From Mouthier Haute Pierre to Pontarlier

From Mouthier, we will enter the Gorges de Noailles, always following the river Loue to its source. It is a dazzling, an incredible landscape, a sports course.

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VFF45 - From Foucherans to Mouthier-Haute-Pierre

After Foucherans, we quietly head towards a nice sport downhill slope that awaits us before arriving on an old railway.

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VFF44 - From Besançon to Foucherans

After a visit to the city of Besançon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which dazzles us with its rich heritage, culture and environment, we leave the city where Victor Hugo and the Lumière brothers were born.

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VFF43 - From Cussey sur l’Ognon to Besançon (Pont Battant)

After crossing the bridge over the river Ognon, there is the first commune in the county of Doubs: Cussey-sur-l'Ognon.

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VFF42 - From Bucey les Gy to Cussey sur l’Ognon

Bucey-Les-Gy is a municipality labeled "Cité de caractère de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté" with a rich built and natural heritage.

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VFF41 - From Dampierre sur Salon to Bucey les Gy

Happily or not, we discovered the glass "Tower" of Dampierre.

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VFF40 - From Champlitte to Dampierre sur Salon

After a visit to the castle and to the place called "Lavières", we discover Champlitte-la-Ville and its Romanesque church.

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VFF18 - From Corbeny to Berry Au Bac

Along this stage, the terrain becomes a little flatter. You will pass by Juvincourt-and-Damary to arrive in Berry-au-bac.

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