Francigena Way

A major route of faith for thousands of pilgrims from North Europe to Rome, today the Via Francigena (Francigena Route) is an evocative cultural, natural and artistic path through amazing landscapes, enriched by priceless art masterpieces and relics bound to the local history.

A memorable journey of 650kms in the ancient heart of Piemonte along four routes: "Sigerico’s Route", which lead you to the Morainic amphitheater of Ivrea in the Canavese area, near Torino; "Francigena Way in the Susa Valley", connecting the trail Moncenisio - Arles with the Camino de Santiago de Compostela; the route from Torino to Vercelli, till the territories of Asti and Alessandria, immersed in Monferrato’s vineyards with a view on Ligurian sea.

It’s a long, beautiful way: take a break to taste a savouring Pilgrims Menu.