Le vie di Dante: 4 percorsi tra Firenze e Ravenna sulle orme di Dante in esilio
An unpublished path awarded by Lonely Planet as Italian destination in 2021
An idea of an intense vacation, immersed in the landscape between Emilia Romagna and Tuscany, where history and myth become a wonderful unicum: Le vie di Dante (viedidante.it) proposes a journey of Dante from Florence to Ravenna crossing the Apennines at a slow pace enjoying the extraordinary typicality of the territory. It can be done on the Faenza-Florence train (via Marradi) or by bike along the ancient Via Faentina, or even on foot with the many hiking trails., firenze, toscana, dante 700
Awarded in the sustainability category as a virtuous example of slow tourism by Lonely Planet, Il Cammino di Dante from Firenze to Ravenna is the first and most famous of the proposed itineraries. Organized through the medieval paths and streets that united Romagna and Tuscany is the road traveled by the Supreme Poet at the time of his exile, when he wrote the Comedy.
The route develops through a ring of about 400 km connecting Romagna and Casentino, for a total of 20 fixed stages, to be covered counterclockwise.
The two extremes of the route - departure and arrival points - are represented by the Tomb of Dante in Ravenna, and the Museo Casa di Dante in Florence.
Through the Way of Dante we relive the splendor of the Counts Guidi and their castles full of history and mysteries, we bathe in the fresh and clear waters of the Acquacheta, we cross the Casentino forests visiting its monasteries.
Our itinerary in Florence continues among the places of Dante and the most beautiful representations of the Supreme Poet in the city.