In the 4th century BC the Via Amerina was an important road connecting Rome and the North of Italy. When you walk here in the Amerino you are retracing history. The Cammino della Luce, St Francis of Assisi’s ancient pilgrim route connecting Assisi with Rome crosses the entire Amerino territory. The scents and colors of the surrounding nature are the same today as they were when people walked the original Via Amerina.

“Piano, Piano”

Taking pleasure in a slow pace of life

There are so many hidden secrets to discover with the help of these maps, from magical forests, small churches and old mills to Roman bridges. For those who love walking, each route with their varying levels of distance and difficulty, offer superb new experiences. For each route there is a summary sheet below and a link to a longer description and its route map for those who wish to know more.

Download the MAPS.ME app onto your smartphone. Import paths in KML / KMZ format to MAPS.ME. Use the smartphone and MAPS.ME as an interactive guide. This also works offline.


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