Piccola Cassia

During the Middle Ages, the route passed under the dominion of the Lombards.

As well as other itineraries of the time, it led to Rome through the Via Francigena.

On the way to Rome, there are many religious buildings and historic villages surrounded by a varied landscape.

Traveling this route is a cultural and spiritual experience, as well as a gastronomic adventure: you pass through the lands of Parmigiano Reggiano, typical cured meats, Pignoletto wine and many mountain specialties.