Via Francigena is a 2,000 kilometer Pilgrimage from Canterbury, England to Rome. Optionally one can continue on to Apulia, Italy where medieval people embarked on boats to the Holy Land. It follows the path of Julius Caeser leading his army to Britain and the path of Napolean in his conquest of Italy. Today’s pilgrims follow the 10th century path of Sigeric, the Archbishop of Canterbury traveling to Rome to receive his Papal http://pallium traversing 4 countries, including; England, France, Switzerland and Italy.
With my Partner, Mika Yamanoue of Japan, we walked the 2,000K over 86 days from 30 July to 23 October, 2020 during the time of Covid.