“Change your thoughts and you change your world.”
Norman V. Peale
The beauty of setting off is that anyone can do it and there is no need to go to Spain to live a unique experience from both a human and spiritual point of view. With the Way of Saint Benedict the sensations are the same as you would have done on the Way of Santiago. You will discover an archaic Italy in the name of a great saint. A journey through time in the Lazio region, a few kilometers from Rome. You will be able to retrace the route of the extraordinary existence of the monk born in Norcia around 480, who died in Montecassino on March 21, 547. A route in 300 total kilometers that crosses the places of the life of the Saint founder of the Benedictine order, patron of Europe and creator of the famous “Ora et labora” rule.