Walking tourism is an increasingly popular and widespread way of traveling. It’s a eulogy to slow movement, to the rediscovery of oneself and all that which surrounds us. The reasons that could push a person towards, relinquishing their ease and comfort in order to challenge themselves and their own limits, are manifold and personal. In this panorama, the interest that a walk like Via Fancigena provokes is growing and more vibrant than ever. Walking along the Via Francigena is a unique experience of spiritual growth. By walking along it, you can rediscover the pleasure of slowness, of simple things, of having a contact with people and with nature. At the same time, you’ll be able to admire artistic treasures and immerse yourself in an incomparable cultural and hospitable heritage. Passing through San Gimignano is the Via Francigena, one of the most beautiful walking-tourism legs, an absolute must-do for all lovers of walking tourism.
San Gimignano, Porta San Giovanni, entrance to the city, five minutes by foot to the hotel Relais Santa Chiara
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