During his long exile Dante Alighieri stayed in Casentino, where he composed most of the Inferno, the first of the three cantiche of the Divine Comedy. The literary trek “Fra canti e castelli” retraces not only the personal events of Dante Alighieri, but also a part of the masterpiece of the “Comedy”, where many places we will visit are mentioned verbatim. We will read and comment the most significant passages of the three canticles and walking we will identify with the great poet.
Starting point: Pieve di S. Pietro in Romena at 9.30 a.m. (vedi link su maps)
12.30 p.m. packed lunch at the castle of Porciano
Arrival point: Pieve di S. Pietro in Romena at 3.30 p.m.
The length of the route is 12 km.
Participation is free, reservation required.
Points of interest: Pieve di Romena, Stia, Porciano Castle.
What is included: licensed environmental guide and insurance.
What is not included: transports.
Trekking shoes, backpack, suitable clothing for the excursion, eventual waterproof jacket or cape, hat, eventual trekking poles (not compulsory). Packed lunch.