ViaFrancigena - Between adventure and worship

Pontarlier - Grand St. Bernard

Pontarlier (F) - Lausanne - St-Maurice - Martigny - Great St. Bernard - Aosta (I)

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In 990, Sigeric “the Serious”, archbishop of Canterbury travelled back to his English home town from Rome and made a note of the stops along the way in his diary. Today, the route is known as ViaFrancigena, a European culture route. The priory church of Romainmôtier in the Jura Vaudois, the cathedral of Lausanne and St-Maurice abbey in the Valais are sacred, spiritual highlights along the route whilst the climb to the Great St. Bernhard is one of the most spectacular stages from a scenic point of view.

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