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Leg 34 - From Siena to Ponte d'Arbia

If you undertake this itinerary on a sunny day, it can be unforgettable thanks to unlimited views visible from the crests of Val d'Arbia,

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Leg 33 - From Monteriggioni to Siena

Leave the city centre of Monteriggioni, walk down white streets of the Sienese mountain towards Cerbaia, an ancient Medieval village that is abandoned today.

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Leg 32 - From San Gimignano to Monteriggioni

One of the most beautiful route along Via Francigena. Leave S. Gimignano, after going up and down, reach Molino d'Aiano, a resort along the track of Sigerico.

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Leg 31 - From Gambassi Terme to San Gimignano

A short moving route, rich in interesting views sorrounding Via Francigena.

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Leg 30 - From S. Miniato to Gambassi Terme

A marvellous route, quite hard lacking road-houses. From San Miniato, after an hour walk along the asphalt road,

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Leg 29 - From Altopascio to S. Miniato

In the initial section of the route cross a lovely paved track along the ancient Via Francigena.
Past the area of Cerbaie, wild and deserted.

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Leg 28 - From Lucca to Altopascio

Undertake a plain route where the main attractions are historical and religeous buildings along the path: the boundary wall and the amphitheatre in Lucca,

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Leg 22 - From Passo della Cisa to Pontremoli

From Cisa Pass we reach Righetto Pass where, crossing the main road, a steep and hard slope leading to Groppoli begins.

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Leg 21 - From Cassio to Passo della Cisa

From Cassio follow the main road of the Cisa 3 km further (mind the traffic, moderate in weekdays and heavy in the week end) later,

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Leg 20 - From Fornovo to Cassio

Past the first climb, outside of Fornovo, keep on walking along a provincial track in Val Sporzana to reach Bardone and Terenzo,

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Leg 19 - From Fidenza to Fornovo

The first hill route offers wonderful views. Leaving Medesano you cross the Taro Fluvial Park in the last track.

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Leg 18 - From Fiorenzuola to Fidenza

The last section on the plain provides the oppurtinity to admire two religeous buildings of great interest: the Cistercian Abbey of Chiaravalle della Colomba including

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Leg 17 - From Piacenza to Fiorenzuola

In the first part of the stage you cross the town outskirts, and you must pay attention between Montale and the bridge on the Nure river

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Leg 16 - From Orio Litta to Piacenza

Leaving Orio Litta we quickly reach the Ford of Sigeric, the "Transitum Padi", where you can cross to the opposite bank in Soprarivo via ferry (0523 771607 ferryboat - call at least one day before).

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Leg 15 - From Santa Cristina to Orio Litta

During this leg we flank the low reliefs dotted with vineyards on the hill of S. Colombano and, crossing the city centre of Miradolo Terme,

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Leg 14 - From Pavia to Santa Cristina

This leg crosses the alluvial plain of the Basso Pavese, where we encounter the characteristic river terraces near S. Lazzaro, Belgioioso, and S. Cristina.

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Leg 13 - From Garlasco to Pavia

The first section of the route to the confluence with the Ticino includes the beautiful countryside of Pavia, which is crossed by several canals

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Leg 12 - From Mortara to Garlasco

Leaving Mortara we reach the abbey of Sant'Albino, built in the fifth century and later recasted. The perfect place to stop for pilgrims arriving from Mortara.

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Leg 11 - From Robbio to Mortara

This is a very short leg which passes into the flat countryside of Lomellina, following wide roads in the first section and grassy sheep tracks 

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Leg 10 - From Vercelli to Robbio

The first section of the route follows the bank of the Sesia, through poplar trees and rice fields.
From Palestro follow the narrow banks which cross the flooded fields.

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