The Via Francigena in France

VFF20 - From Reims to Verzy

After an unforgettable visit to the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the Via Francigena leads walkers to the Champagne vineyards and the Montage de Reims

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VFF32 - From Dolancourt to Baroville

During this section, a stop at Bar-sur-Aube is inevitable. Situated at the crossroads between the North and South, the town has long been of strategic importance and was a major centre of trade

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VFF33 - From Baroville to Orges

It was in 1115, at the border between the Champagne and Burgundy regions, that the future Bernard of Clairvaux, accompanied by 12 monks, came to Citeaux to occupy a clearing in the Val d’Absinthe.

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VFF34 - From Orges to Richebourg

In this stage, the Via Francigena runs through the town of Châteauvillain.  The town’s most prominent feature is the Deer Park, which over 272 hectares cannot fail to delight walkers.

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VFF36 - From Faverolles to Langres

Surrounded by 3.5 kilometres of walls and 12 towers, Langres looks down upon the walker from its high position on a plateau, a site occupied since the end of the Gallic period.

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