Bring sleeping bag or not?

petro

New Member
Hi, I start walking from Lucca to Rome on 14 May and am thinking of just bringing my sleeping bag liner. I plan to stay in pilgrim accommodations. You thoughts?
 

Adrian

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Hi, I start walking from Lucca to Rome on 14 May and am thinking of just bringing my sleeping bag liner. I plan to stay in pilgrim accommodations. You thoughts?
We are in Camiore today and there is no need to bring a sleeping bag. Many of the Ostello’s provide blankets or even sheets towels etc. We have walked from Pavia so far and not needed a sleeping bag. Have a good trip.
 

petro

New Member
We are in Camiore today and there is no need to bring a sleeping bag. Many of the Ostello’s provide blankets or even sheets towels etc. We have walked from Pavia so far and not needed a sleeping bag. Have a good trip.
Thank you so much for this information! Buen Camino to you too!
 

Mary

New Member
We are in Camiore today and there is no need to bring a sleeping bag. Many of the Ostello’s provide blankets or even sheets towels etc. We have walked from Pavia so far and not needed a sleeping bag. Have a good trip.
Hello Adrian - which accommodation list are you using ? Would be grateful for any info as many threads seem to say that lists are obsolete and incorrect etc.. Many thanks Mary.
 

sharon w

New Member
I have just returned from walking Lucca to Roma. I took a sleeping bag liner and only used it about 5 times. This was in monasteries. In ostellos, there will often be sheets.
 

caminka

Member
I usually prefer sleeping in my sleeping bag but this year was so warm in italy I used the bag only a handful of times (in the alps and once on a colder rainy day in valpromaro). otherwise I slept in my liner or in the sheets provided. especially pilgrims donativos require your own sleeping gear.
 
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Mary

New Member
May will be hot....I would just bring a liner and maybe a thermal top to wear in bed just in case. Otherwise blankets and sheets are usually provided.
 
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