The digital guides with all the information for when you are on the move: the maps with the geolocation, the description of the route, the distances and the stages, where to sleep (with links to call directly and book), the places to visit. Each digital guide has all the contents of the famous Terre paper guides plus the "portability" of the information. From the paths towards Santiago de Compostela to all the main Italian routes. Strength: the constant updating of contents, with variations of the route and new accommodations where to sleep. For each path a demo download for free. Some guides are also available in English.
WHO WE ARE
Percorsi is the name of the Terre di mezzo publishing house series dedicated to those who travel on foot or by bike. We have been dealing with journeys for twenty years, with the aim of rediscovering the ancient historical and pilgrimage roads and favoring a slow way of traveling.
The necklace is intended:
to all those who rediscover that by walking and moving slowly, they know the territories and the communities that live there from another perspective;
to those who want to walk on the same roads traveled by millions of people over time, aware that each trip is unique and unrepeatable;
to those who walk discover History and to those who simply go in search of personal stories and memories.
The guides of Terre
The way to Santiago
The Percorsi di Terre are born with the Camino de Santiago, the most ancient and evocative of the pilgrimage routes. We have published the French Way (the most famous), the Portuguese Way, the Northern Way, the Primitive and English Way and, again, the Via della Plata and the Sanabrese Way. A complete collection on the subject, which highlights how Terre di mezzo is the reference editor in Italy on the Camino de Santiago.
Walk in Italy
The other titles of the series are dedicated to Italy and its historical itineraries: faith paths such as La Via Francigena, La Via Romea, The Path of San Benedetto and San Francesco, or historical paths, such as the Partisan Paths and the Glorious Repatriation . Great space is given to the more recent paths, in constant growth, such as the Via degli Abati between Lombardy and Emilia, Trekking del Lupo in Piedmont, Tuscany on foot and Italy coast to coast between Marche, Umbria and Tuscany, the Way of Saint Barbara in Sardinia.
Walking in the world
For example in the Holy Land, where every stone tells the story and where walking can also become a gesture of peace.
A new series, where space is given to interior research. The first title is the Way of St. Ignatius in Spain.
Travel by bike
Many of our guides dedicate ample space to those traveling by bike, with maps, advice and ad hoc information. But there are also titles dedicated exclusively to the two-wheeler, starting with "The Camino de Santiago by bicycle" and "La Via Francigena by bicycle".