This trail is the section of the via Francigena leading from Bolsena to Montefiascone, we walked through the path in the opposite direction.
Let's start from the, walk down on a steep descent towards the , also close to the .
Unfortunately, once you exit from Montefiascone, the path proceed for 2km on, most of them with no sidewalk. Finally so that we can walk in the countryside; if you need water, there's the , but (be careful: the water in this area is not drinkable due to arsenic contamination. The spring season shows us its colors: , and many other flowers. 4 km from the begins and we se the , for the first time, the landscape remind us , but suddenly the path goes back on .
There is a, walking on some stones; then we passed by the , inside .
This is a: the indication lead to the , quite dangerous with no sidewalk for a long section. The only reason to walk on this road could be the basalt rocks called , the "thrown stones", an interesting sample of columnar basalt due to prehistoric volcans eruptions. It would be better to avoid the Cassia road, so if you download the GPX you'll find two routes; one of them skip the Cassia road leading from the previous fork to .