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The Via degli Dei is the historic route that connects Bologna to Florence and that for centuries has allowed pilgrims, travelers and armies to cross the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines by foot. The name Via degli Dei comes from the name of the mountain peaks surrounding the Futa Pass (Monte Venere and Monte Luario), which were consecrated to some of the Roman Gods. The route, about 130km long, crosses unique landscapes, offering a total immersion in a luxuriant, uncontaminated nature, passing through abbeys and parishes and flanking for a stretch the remains of the ancient Flaminia Minore way.
The Via Romea del Chianti retraces the footsteps of the pilgrims who traveled from Florence to Siena, and then rejoined the Via Francigena towards Rome. The itinerary, in about 100 km, will make you discover beautiful small villages, farmhouses and vineyards, and experiencer the beauty of the most evocative Chianti hills and the Sienese countryside.
A guide designed for those who want to travel at a slow pace from Bologna to Rome. We advice to travel through the Via degli Dei - the Way of the Gods - from Bologna to Florence, then reach Siena through the Via Romea del Chianti, and reconnect there with the Via Francigena. It will be an amazing 200 km journey through breathtaking nature and some of the most beautiful Italian cities.