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Walk sections of the ancient pilgrimage route Via Francigena, or The Way Through France, a journey that takes us from Geneva, Switzerland, through the Great St Bernard Pass and several Italian towns, until we reach Rome, the Eternal City.

18 days
Departing Apr, Oct

The villages of Alsace provide an introduction to the diversity which is France. In Burgundy we explore the local villages. Then onto the Jura Mountains, a region rarely visited by tourists. Finally, Provence and the Côte d’Azur, regions of inspiration for artists such as Van Gogh, Cézanne and Picasso. This program explores the remote mountain plateaux, perched villages and dramatic gorges as well as the Mediterranean coastline.

23 days
Departing May

Roman Gaul occupied France, Belgium, Luxembourg and South-west Germany. To this region the Romans brought roads, bridges, education, cities and, perhaps, above all the Peace of Rome. It was the freedom from pirates, bandits and other invaders which allowed the area to prosper. The remains of the Roman Gaul is explored today, 2000 years later.

20 days
Departing Aug

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