ROME - From the Via Francigena to the Sentiero dei Fioretti, from the Camino di San Nilo to the Camino del Perdono in the footsteps of Celestino.
The catalog with the first 35 Italian religious paths has been published on the website of the Ministry of Tourism.
A slow and sustainable tourism that becomes even more current in view of the 2025 Jubilee. Minister Daniela Santanchè made the announcement in Milan, speaking at the initiative "Slow tourism, towards the 2025 Jubilee: the role of the Via Francigene and the that connect Rome" as part of the "Do the right thing" fair.
Attached to the newly published Decree is a first list of religious paths for which, following the investigation carried out, the possession of the requirements for inclusion in the catalog has been verified.
The notice for expressions of interest, addressed to public bodies, private subjects, third sector bodies and religious bodies active in the organisation, management and promotion of Religious Paths, has no deadline and it is always possible to submit applications for the inclusion of further paths in the Catalogue.
The catalog of Italian religious paths will soon be integrated into the Italia.it portal and the subject of specific promotional initiatives.
The paths included in the catalog will also be involved in the initiatives for the recovery and enhancement of the public buildings falling on the paths which will be activated following the publication of a new public notice.
More information, together with all the pertinent documentation, are available on the page dedicated to the Fund for Religious Paths.