Via Flaminia

Via Flaminia, Rome: Address, Via Flaminia Reviews: 4/5

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Starting at the Comitium in front of the house of the Senate, this long and very straight street runs through Rome and leaves the city over the Milvian Bridge, made famous in 312 AD by a battle for the Roman Empire.
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Neighbourhood: Tor di Quinto
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JackiH_11
Bristol, UK145 contributions
Always lovely
Jul. 2017 • Solo
I regularly walk the stretch of the via Flaminia from Acquasparta in Umbria up to the Ponte Fonnaia near Massa Montana. It's only about 3 miles each way but the walk is parallel to the Martani mountains which are beautiful. The walk does come to an abrupt halt where the river Naia crosses it as there is no bridge unfortunately. Walking boots would probably cope but far too wet for trainers!
Written 12 July 2017
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