La Via Francigena è un antico tracciato di pellegrinaggio che conduceva dall’Europa Nord-Occidentale a Roma e il suo nome designava la provenienza dalla "Terra dei Franchi".
Walking along the Via Mater Dei, the route of the Marian Sanctuaries of the Apennines between Bologna and Tuscany, among natural trails of great beauty, areas of great historical importance
Walking along the Sentiero dei Ducati, an 11-stage route that crosses the ancient Duchies of Modena, Reggio Emilia, Parma and Piacenza, among charming villages and castles, vineyards, woods
Walking along the Via degli Dei, the ancient Roman road between Bologna and Florence, which owes its name to the evocative toponyms of the mountains that it crosses
Walking along the Via di Linari, an ancient pilgrimage route towards Rome (alternative to the Via Francigena) which connects Fidenza to the Linari Abbey
Walking along the Via Romea Nonantolana, a historical route dating back to the 7th century A.D., built by the Lombards to link the Abbey of Nonantola, at the time a very important place of study