Cross the Alps on the Via Francigena

Spanning 1800 kilometers between Canterbury and Rome, the Via Francigena is a World Heritage pilgrim walk. The most challenging and beautiful section is its transit of the Alps at the Grand St Bernard Pass between Switzerland and Italy. This unforgettable Alpine walk features snow-capped mountain peaks, towering waterfalls and majestic forests, interspersed with castles, Roman…

Pamplona to Burgos on the Camino de Santiago

While the entire Camino de Santiago can require five to six weeks to complete, we split this premier pilgrimage walk into three, two-week portions, offering one portion each year. This year we lead participants in perhaps the loveliest stretches of the Camino: from the world-famous Basque city of Pamplona to the gateway to the vast,…

Assisi to Rome on the Via di Francesco

Walk among vineyards and olive groves through the region St Francis loved, stopping at key sites in his life. See where he heard his call to poverty, where he spoke to the Pope, where he received his vision and look at a letter written in his own hand. Visit serene lakes and enjoy mountain vistas,…

Florence to Assisi on the Via di Francesco

After enjoying the capital of the Renaissance, figuratively step back in time to ancient forests and monasteries of the Middle Ages. The beautiful Casentino National Forest is the setting and St Francis’s beloved Santuario della Verna atop serene Mount Penna with its active Franciscan convent is the first goal. His hometown is the final destination….

Terms and conditions

At registration, all participants must affirm that they have read and understood the Terms and Conditions listed below: Nature of Pilgrimage and Accommodations: Pilgrim Paths organizes religious and cultural travel itineraries in the pilgrimage walking tradition. Accommodations are based on double occupancy and these itineraries will utilize a range of accommodation ranging from pilgrim hostels where no…