Introducing the cycling route of Via Claudia Augusta roman road.

via Claudia Augusta


The Via Claudia Augusta is an ancient Roman road, which linked the valley of the Po River with Rhaetia (modern Southern Germany) across the Alps.

Today the Via Claudia Augusta is an important route used by cyclists to cross the Alps. It starts in Donauwörth (Germany) and branches near Trient into two routes. The first and historically correct route ends in Ostiglia, the second and more popular one in Venice.

Towns crossed during Claudia Augusta sekf cycling vacation : 
Füssen (Germany)
St. Valentin (Austria)
alternatively Trento - Feltre - Altino - Venice (Italy).

The length of the trail is approximately 500 km. As a special service there are bus shuttles that take bicycles and cyclists over both the Fern Pass and the Reschen Pass, which are the most demanding parts of the route. Few customers use to start his riding from Munich and finish in Venice.

our customer along the Claudia Augusta route