The Italian itinerary, the largest pilgrimage route still accessible and viable today, is composed of 82 stages that stretches for 1400 km along 6 regions in the country.
The Romea Strata was originally composed of the streets and roads used for commercial and communicational reasons; these networks of routes then became paths of faith, enriched of experiences and meaning. The path transformed in a pilgrim whoever walked it, embarking in a journey within themselves: once arrived in Rome, at the presence of the tombs of the apostles Peter and Paul, the pilgrims found in themselves a new spirituality and perspective.
The path is a fascinating journey that accompanies the pilgrims along Italy, with all its beautiful cultural and natural heritage. The pilgrims can admire and walk through one of the most beloved countries in the world, discovering the charm of often still untouched places, breath-taking views, silent forests and incredible artistic and cultural sceneries. The Romea Strata is a journey in which the pilgrims will get to know not only the territory and its people, but also themselves.