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Pilgrims' Path, Bolsena

(4.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • I have passed this stage from Bolsena, opposite the Church of Santa Cristina up to Montefiascone, at the Parco della Rocca, for a distance of approximately 17.7 Km walking on a beautiful sunny day in winter. The difficulty was average and I followed the official signage which I thought was more appropriate in the municipality of Montefiascone which Bolsena. I had no problems, the path is wide, clean and fairly flat. Several rest areas and well maintained. The final part of the route is on the tarmac near Montefiascone. The views of the Lake are beautiful and you cross some really beautiful wooded. From Montefiascone in Rome are missing 100 km.
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  • A really nice path between nature and history: starting from acquapendente through immense farmlands, coming first in the neighbourhood of san Lorenzo Nuovo along a short stretch of road, then in view of the Lake continue along fields and grassland. The views that overlook the Lake are really lovely, finally we reach Bolsena where the medieval castle and the town we are stepping back in time. Easy route suitable for all ages and also to not "walkers". Ph Acquapendente Bolsena 23 km route around
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  • Near Lake the Francigena is enriched with gorgeous views and places from the intimate and insightful religiosity as well as hostels for pilgrims where the smile and generosity are at home.
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