The equivalent of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela is the Via Francigena. The first ends in Santiago de Compostela in Northwestern Spain but involves many routes with the same final destination. The latter starts from Canterbury, England and ends in Rome. Specifically, in the Vatican. We walked the last 100+ kilometers from Viterbo to the Vatican. This is our story.
Day 0: Viterbo
Day 1: Viterbo to Vetralla
Day 2: Vetralla to Sutri
Day 3: Sutri to Campagnano
Day 4: Campagnano to Isola Farnese
Day 6: Roma, Finally.
Just click on the links to read the blog for each VF walking day. Buon Camino!