Many historic routes were built for the purposes of trade, the famous Silk Route for example. Others are routes that were first traversed by pilgrims on journeys of great religious significance. Today, both these pilgrim and trade routes are ideal for the walking holiday enthusiast. Most take in spectacular scenery and can be covered in a week to 10 days which is about the perfect walking holiday duration. For first timers routes like this are fantastic as there are many start and stop points which mean that you can join the road, walk as much as you like and then stop when you feel ready. There are some stunning routes on every continent, many suitable for people of all abilities. Even if you have a family with children there are many sites to see and attractions that can be incorporated to your holiday along the way. Be adventurous and choose a walking holiday along an historic route!
Infographic courtesy of http://www.worldwalks.com
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Travel: Historic Routes

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Excellent infographic! Couldn't have come up with a better top 5 (oh...6) ourselves. I've actually travelled the old Nakasendo (the highlight is between Tsumago and Magome if anyone wants to tackle it)...and the Old North Trail sounds fascinating! Consider this tweeted and stumbled!

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6/12/2013 10:50:45 pm

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6/21/2013 08:03:13 pm

Be adventurous and choose a walking holiday along an historic route!

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8/11/2013 05:02:03 pm

I will definitely recommend you to my friends and family. Regards and good luck

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8/11/2013 06:46:30 pm

I will comeback sottle.

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Thanks for your sharing,

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8/21/2013 03:58:25 am

These routes are very interesting and so great. Its nice to go there and surely will enjoy wandering from one place to another. Thanks for sharing.

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Tsumago and Magome if anyone wants to tackle it)...and the Old North Trail sounds fascinating! Consider this tweeted and stumbled!

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