Paths of Italy (Cammini d’Italia)

Published in 2024
320 pages
Softcover, 18 x 24 cm
Full-color illustrations

Regions: Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Emilia Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lazio, Liguria, Lombardy, Marche, Molise, Piedmont, Puglia, Sardinia, Sicily, Tuscany, Trentino Alto Adige,
Umbria, Valle d’Aosta, Veneto.

Have you ever wondered how many Italian paths there are?

From North to South, a dense network of routes has come back to life in recent years.
And there is something for all tastes among historical itineraries, pilgrimage routes, new routes, and trekking trails.
This volume – written in collaboration with Cammini d’Italia, the most important online walking community – tries to bring order by collecting 100 splendid Italian itineraries: the best-known ones (Via Francigena, Via degli Dei), those to be done out of season (in Puglia, Sicily, and Sardinia), the spiritual ones (from San Benedetto to San Francesco) and those to be discovered.
Hidden villages, natural parks, places of faith, and cities of art… It is the Italy of paths, which opens up to a world of local communities, bottom-up projects, and love for the territories.
The book that cannot be missing from the bedside table of every passionate walker, with photographs, maps, altitudes, suggestions on the stages, and curiosities. A complete atlas with everything you need to know!

Make your next Italian trip different!

A book to discover and rediscover a still hidden country, one immersed in nature that should be seen at a slow pace, alone, in a group, or as a family. Among historical itineraries, pilgrimage routes, ancient villages, and trekking paths there is something for all tastes: everyone can be a walker.

In these pages, hikers or simply curious people from all over the world will be able to find inspiration to set off and face a new small or large Italian adventure. All you need are good shoes, a backpack that isn’t too heavy, and the desire to be amazed: the magic of the journey will take care of the rest.


Cammini d’Italia

Born in 2017 on the initiative of three friends passionate about nature and slow tourism, it is today the largest trekking community in Italy with over 220 thousand followers on Facebook and 136 thousand on Instagram.
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Monica Nanetti

Journalist, writer, and blogger, she has been involved in reportage and travel for years. She is the author of In bicicletta. L’Europa a due ruote (Nat Geo), Via Francigena for dummies (Hoepli), and Io e Lady B (Terre di mezzo Editore).

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  • Terre di mezzo

    Born in 1994, Terre di mezzo Editore is an Italian independent publisher based in Milan. We publish 100 books per year and we love to explore many and various worlds, from sustainable tourism to the discovery of different cultures, encouraging their coexistence. Our main goal is telling new powerful stories for both young and adult readers, and spreading creativity through sustainable handmade creations with our craft books.
    We also promote and organize Fa’ la cosa giusta!, the national fair of conscious consumption and sustainable lifestyles in Italy, held in Milan every March since 2004.

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