The ways and the places of faith

Every day in the Terra di Mezzo, a thousand year old ritual is repeated: dozens of pilgrims retrace the ancient route which, in the Middle Ages, linked Canterbury to Rome to the ports of Apulia, across beautiful, surprising places.
You will have the pleasure of discovering unique places of worship, with great religious and symbolic value, whose architectural elements perfectly match the surrounding landscapes of hills, lakes and forests.
After immersing yourself in the intricate maze of the alleys of Vercelli, where an early Gothic imposed himself on the Romanesque elements, take a good look across the plain. You will be amazed at how small corners of the Holy Land are hidden amongst the valleys of the Alpine foothills, devotional destinations that, today, just as they did in the past, manage to amaze with the artistic skills of their creators.