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Via Francigena walking • Last 100km from Viterbo to Rome
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Via Francigena walking • Last 100km from Viterbo to Rome

Via Francigena walking • Last 100km from Viterbo to Rome

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  • Get lost at night in the medieval district of il Pellegrino, in Viterbo
  • Walk at dawn along Via del Signorino, the Etruscan “tagliata” 
  • Recite your favourite poem in the centre of the amphitheatre of Sutri
  • Be amazed when you glimpse the Dome of Saint Peter’s from the belvedere of Mount Mario
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Day 1: Arrival in Viterbo
Day 2: From Viterbo to Vetralla (17 km)
Day 3: From Vetralla to Sutri (24.5 km)
Day 4: From Sutri to Campagnano (24 km)
Day 5: From Campagnano to Isola Farnese (21.5 km)
Day 6: From Isola Farnese to Rome (22 km)
Day 7: Arrivederci Rome!

Day 1:    Arrival in Viterbo

 In Viterbo, the ancient seat of the Pontiff, you will be able to admire the loggia of the Popes, and meditate in the silence of the enchanting cloisters of Santa Maria Nuova, one of the oldest churches in the town. Have fun looking for the symbol of the Lion, the town emblem, on the buildings and drink a toast to the walk that is about to begin in the pilgrim’s quarter, enjoying the tasty local cuisine. Can’t you make up your mind? Try the   acquacotta, the traditional dish of the Tuscia.


Day 2:    From Viterbo to Vetralla (17 km)

 The first leg of the journey will take you towards Vetralla, a village in the heart of the ancient Etruscan area. On your arrival, treat yourself to a snack of rustic bread and the local extra-virgin olive oil, before enjoying a walk through the alleyways of the old town centre.

Challenge: 6 hours, 17 km, 288m ascent, 309m descent


Day 3:    From Vetralla to Sutri (24.5 km)

 Continuing through the green countryside of Lazio you come to Sutri, a small town rich in attractions. The Roman amphitheatre, completely dug out from the tuff, is something not to be missed.  Decide whether to sit on the terraces or to get up onto the stage, but as you leave remember to sign the visitors’ register: it is very important for the custodian, and if he is there he will invite you to do so. After this, proceed to the church of Santa Maria del Parto, the tuff walls of which are decorated in well preserved frescoes. Look for the group of pilgrims among the images, depicted in prayer with their sticks in their hand.

Challenge: 7 hours, 24.5 km, 469m ascent, 475m descent


Day 4:    From Sutri to Campagnano (24 km)

 From Sutri we go on towards Campagnano: during the journey you will flank the Mount Gelato Waterfalls, where you can stop for a reinvigorating bathe. A panoramic road of the Veio Nature Park will bring you to the gates of Campagnano. Here you can rest in the Venturi Park, the home of a three-hundred year old Yew tree the locals call the “Tree of Death”: but don’t worry, you can sit in its shade without any danger!

If you feel like this stage may be too long, don’t worry: you can make it shorter with brief stretches by public transport. 

Challenge: 7 hours, 24 km, 376m ascent, 399m descent


Day 5:    From Campagnano to Isola Farnese (21.5 km)

 From Campagnano you will continue through the Veio nature park with its woody hills, before entering the enchanting Valle del Sorbo. Along the way you will be able to admire the sanctuary of the Madonna del Sorbo, but also the old town centre of Formello, with its fine medieval buildings. Today your journey will end in the little village of Isola Farnese, clinging to a cliff surrounded by woods and dominated by the Castello Farnese: visits can be booked by internet and they offer a panoramic view of the surrounding valleys.

Challenge: 7 hours, 21.5 km, 433m ascent, 604m descent


Day 6:    From Isola Farnese to Rome (22 km)

 So, you have reached the last leg of your journey which separates you from the Eternal City. Since this is a metropolis, there is, unfortunately, heavy traffic along the last section of the route: the  belvedere di Monte Mario, from which you will finally be able to glimpse the dome of Saint Peter’s, however, makes the whole journey worthwhile and will soon make you forget the traffic and pollution. From here you will descend towards   Piazza San Pietro, the arrival point of your journey and of the whole Northern Via Francigena. Do not forget to take a triumphant photograph in front of the Basilica, before celebrating the end of the journey fortifying yourselves with spring lamb, pecorino romano cheese, and perhaps a delicious maritozzo with cream…you’ve deserved it!

Challenge: 6 hours, 22 km, 360m ascent, 450m descent


Day 7:    Arrivederci Rome!

Last day included. Service ends after breakfast.


All accomodations are carefully selected because of their location, atmosphere and/or unique services. All rooms are en-suite.

We choose comfortable **/ *** hotels , B&B and agriturismi  where all rooms have private en-suite bathroom.

You can find below the standard hotels of this trip. If a hotel is fully booked, then we will book a similar one for you and inform you about the alternative booked. 

Extra overnight:You can book additional night(s) at any of the accommodations along the way.

NOTE: It is possible to book an upgraded accomodation in Rome with an additional suplement. Check prices

Hotel Riario - Viterbo
Hotel Riario (Viterbo)

Hotel Riario is located in the center of Medieval Viterbo, in a builiding of the 16th century. Rooms are furnish in elegant way, comfortable and well-finished. These offer TV, free Wi-Fi, air conditioning. Breakfast is good and rich.


Albergo Da Benedetta - Vetralla
Albergo Da Benedetta (Vetralla)

This hotel is a family business in the small town of Vetralla, 12 km south of Viterbo and it's suggests to those who have no many demands. Rooms are basic and simple with private bathroom, TV, free Wifi, air conditioning, but not well soundproofed. Staff is not very much present and breakfast is normal. 


B&B La Stalla delle Zie - Sutri
B&B La Stalla delle Zie (Sutri)

This B&B is located in Sutri a few steps away from amphitheatre and necropolis. Rooms are confortable, welcoming and clean. These are equipped with TV, free Wifi and electrical kettle. On site you can use a common kitchen area. Owners are friendly and helpful. Breakfast is rich  and various of sweet and savory dishes. 


 Hotel Benigni - Campagnano
Hotel Benigni (Campagnano)

Hotel Ristorante Benigni is located in central Campagnano Di Roma surrounded by Veio's Park and by volcanic complex of Monti Sabatini. Rooms are simple and basic with private bathroom, air conditioning, TV, telephone and free Wifi. Restaurant is very esteemed. Average breakfast. 


Hotel Tempio di Apollo - Isola Farnese
Hotel Tempio di Apollo (Isola Farnese)

This Hotel is sets in the medieval village of Isola Farnese and it has a quiet and relaxing location. Rooms are furnish in a simple way, but these are spacious and comfortable with free Wifi, air conditioning. Staff is welcoming and helpful. Breakfast is normal. 


Hotel Domus Sessoriana - Roma
Hotel Domus Sessoriana (Roma) STANDARD

The rooms of Domus Sessoriana are obtained from the cells of the monastery attached to the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. These are spacious, basic and clean. They have these comfort: air conditioning, satellite TV and free WiFi in common areas. Staff is courteous and helpful. Italian breakfast is served on the terrace. 


 Hotel Selene - Roma
Hotel Dharma Style (Roma) UPGRADED

Selene Style Hotel, located in the center of Rome, is very close to the main attractions and it is also close to the metro. Rooms are all recently renovated and are modern and beautifully decorated. These are equipped with free Wifi, soundproofing, air conditioning, TV, minibar, coffee/tea maker, telephone with direct line. Breakfast is rich and good. 


practical info

You can start on any day of the week, subject to availability, between March and October.

From any of the airports indicated (PEG, FLR, CIA, FCO), you can reach the central train station by public transport, and then take a train to Viterbo. Trains are direct from Rome, whereas you need to change either once or twice if you are travelling from Perugia or Florence.

From Rome, you can reach the main airports by either bus or train.

Check train timetables on www.trenitalia.com.

GPS tracks are available on request.



  • 6 Nights in selected B&Bs, hotels and agriturismo
  • 6 Breakfasts
  • Luggage transfer DAY 2 to DAY 6
  • Detailed information pack, route notes and maps with tracks on
  • 24/7 telephone support 

Not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Tourist taxes
  • Travel to Viterbo and from Rome
  • Trains or busses wherever necessary
  • Lunches & Dinners
  • Drinks and snacks
  • Personal equipment


  • Additional nights before, during or after the walk
  • Single Room Supplement(s)
  • Solo Traveller Supplement
  • Transfer from airport to Viterbo
  • Transfer from Rome to airport

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