The ways and means to discover cultural routes such as the Via Claudia Augusta are as varied as culture itself:
- travelling along the historic route,
- explore parts of Europe's cultural axis during an excursion,
- establishing contacts with cultural operators along the Via Claudia Augusta,
- take part in cultural events along the main cultural artery of Europe
- discover part of the route during a holiday stay in a town along the Via Claudia Augusta, or
- to gradually immerse themselves in a place and its surroundings
Possible ways to get around during a cultural journey of discovery: the colourful wealth of culture along the Via Claudia Augusta is accessible by bike, on foot (like most Romans), by car, camper, bus, ... to travel
Length of the route: from the Bavarian Danube to Altino near Venice the Via Claudia Augusta measures about 700 km. Between the Danube and Ostiglia on the Po are about 650 km. If one travels from the Danube to the Adriatic Sea and back via Ostiglia on the Po, Verona and Rovereto to Treno or vice versa from the Danube to Ostiglia on the Po and back via Altino/Venice and Feltre to Trento, 950 kilometres are waiting to be discovered.
The major cultural areas: Bavaria, Tyrol (Austria), South Tyrol (Italy), Trentino, Veneto, Lorbardia (more detailed below)
Culture à la carte: The Via Claudia Augusta offers a colourful variety of people and their cultures. According to taste and mood, everyone can set their own priorities: Cultural landscapes, towns and villages, people from different cultural areas, history, monuments, art history, theatre and cabaret, music, literature, architecture, modern and contemporary art, ... A part of culture can be discovered at any time. A part can be planned. A part simply arises. This is especially true for encounters with people. So it means to be open and to use opportunities. We have put together as much as possible of the colourful variety of culture to be discovered in different ways. Now it's up to you to discover Europe's cultural axis according to your taste and mood!
Landscapes: Ries Crater and Danube > City of Donauwörth > Lechtal and Lechauen > City of Augsburg > Lechfeld > City of Landsberg am Lech > Fuchstal and Lechrain > City of Schongau > Pfaffennwinkel > Aubergland > Ostallgäu > Forggensee > Füssen > Castle Park in Allgäu
Nature Park Tiroler Lech > Town of Vils > Market town Reutte > Burgenwelt Ehrenberg > Plansee and Heiterwanger See > Zwischentoren > Mähberg > Tiroler Zugspitz Arena > Natura 2000 area landslide landscape Fernpass with 7 lakes > Gurgltal > Town of Imst > Oberinntal > Town of Landeck > Tiroler Oberland > Kaunertal > Graubünden (CH) > Nauders am Reschenpass
Resia Pass, Lake Resia and Lake Haider > Malser Haide > Upper Vinschgau > Sonnenberg > Lower Vinschgau > Töll > Merano Region > Burgraviate > Bolzano > South Tyrolean Wine Route > Lake Caldaro >, Castelfeder > Salurner Klause > Piana Rotaliana > Val di Cembra and Pinè plateau > Trento, Monte Bondone and Valle dei Laghi
Ecomuseo Argentario > Val di Cembra und Pinè > Obere Valsugana > Media Valsugana > Val di Sella > Bassa Valsugana > Hochtal Tesino > Senaiga-Tal > Lamon und Sovramonte am Tor zum Nationalpark Dolomiti Bellunesi > Feltrino > Stadt Feltre > Valbelluna > Praderadegopass > Strada del Prosecco > Alta Marca > Montello und Hügel von Asolo > Rechts der Piave > Provinzhauptstadt Treviso > Sile Naturpark > Lagune von Venedig > Badeort Jesolo > Regionshauptstadt Venezia und Mestre
Vallagarina north > Rovereto > Vallagarina south > Monte Bondone > Lake Garda > Valpolicella > Verona > Pianura Padana > Ostiglia > Po > Padovano > acrossing the Po