Via Claudia Augusta

Short facts

  • easy
  • 43,20 km
  • 1124 m
  • 1211 m

The Via Claudia Augusta, the Roman road that led from the Adriatic Sea and the plains of the Po over the Alps to the Danube, today, after 2000 years of history, is experiencing a new heyday. It is not just a big piece of history that the towns have in common. It is not just a successful tourist route. It is a piece of identity and is lived by the population as an axis of encounter, exchange and cooperation. convince yourself! More information and details can be found at!

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