In the wake of the success of the Camino de Santiago, other historical-religious itineraries have become popular. The Via Francigena that crosses the land of the Escartons is one of these. This area has always been a place of transit for many people: soldiers, traders, clergymen, migrants. Our journey will take us in pursuit of their stories, not always following the original itinerary but taking our time to get to know some of the many souls that have travelled this path.
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