it is possible to walk the whole length of the "Camino di Santiago"
in Spain, the Francigena is only passable on "S. Francesco's horse"
at intermitant tracts. Like the Alps, the Appennine Pass has remained untouched
as such the walker can experience what the pilgrims experienced all those
The other tracts of the Way are more or less set in the spetacular Tuscan
countryside.Where Nature is in perfect harmony with Art and Culture. It
certainly is a great way to experience what travelling would have been
like in medieval times. However, I do strongly advise not to walk the
whole of the Francigena Way in Tuscany, mainly due to possible accidents
and the pollution encountered, walking the A roads.