Via Francigena is a must-see when in Capannori: over the centuries the road network has changed and the route linking Canterbury to Rome is no exception. What has not changed is the fascination that this journey has over the people, and the excitement created by the sight of tired yet smiling pilgrims walking down the roads of the Plain of Lucca.
The track is accessible to everyone. In a short time the Ospitale di Capannori will be opened along the way, a new structure with more than 20 beds and fully equipped to be accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.
A necessary stop to try first-hand the feeling of being a vital part of the everyday life flowing along the streets of Capannori.
If you are looking for something more, there are two additional routes to the original Via Francigena: one north, crossing the Pizzorne, and one south, going at the foot of Monte Pisano. They are both accessible by bike and allow to have a privileged view of the plain and its architectural beauties. Do you want to combine outdoor activities with the discovery of the most pictoresque views of Capannori? This is just the ideal opportunity.