Rovereto and the Vallagarina
in southern Trentino

The southern part of the Adige Valley, around the former silk city and today's peace city of Rovereto, is called Vallagarina or German Lagertal, which reminds of the time when it was part of the Habsburg Empire. The Vallagarina, which has always been a crossroads of cultures, a link between plain and mountains and between Italian and German culture, welcomes you with a lot of cultural and outdoor activities.

Part of : Italy, cross-border European region Tyrol-Alto Adige-Trentino, Italian region Trentino/AltoAdige-South Tyrol, autonomous province of Trento
Parts of the region: the Adige Valley, the natural jewel of Monte Baldo with its famous rose, the Trenino organic area of Val di Gresta, Passubio and the Little Dolomites, the heavenly pastures of the Lessina Trentina Natural Park
Municipalities in the region (from north to south): Besenello, Calliano, Nomi, Pomarolo, Volano, Villa Lagarina, Nogaredo, City of Rovereto, Isera, Ronzo-Chienis, Terragnolo, Trambileno, Vallars, Mori, Brentonico, City of Ala, Avio 


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Spring, Summer, Autumn, ...

... and some winter impressions

More than 35 km of ski slopes await you on the Brentonico plateau. In addition, there are cross-country ski runs, ice-skating possibilities and marked snow-shoe tours. But winter in Vallagarina is not only winter sports: in December the villages awaken the adventurous anticipation of Christmas with all its traditions. A particularly beautiful Christmas market can be found in the medieval castle of Avio, or in the baroque palaces of Ala. Castellano and Rovereto also invite you to traditional pre-Christmas events. Get in the mood for Christmas together with us!

The historical route in the region

historische interaktive Karte mit Symbol

Basically, the Romans looked for the shortest route for the Via Claudia Augusta. The Roman road therefore ran as straight as possible, usually on the sunny side of the valley, slightly above the valley floor, so that it was not affected by storms and was quickly dry and snow-free again after rain and snowfall. Of course there are exceptions to all rules.

Sightsseing

In this map you can see what you can discover in the region.

By bike along the Via Claudia Augusta

Radroute, historische interaktive Karte mit Symbolen

In this map we show you how to cycle the Via Claudia Augusta from the north and from the south of the region.

Hiking along der Via Claudia Augusta

Wanderroute, historische interaktive Karte mit Symbolen

In this map we show you how to hike the Via Claudia Augusta from north and from south of the region.

Panoramic route for car, camper and bus

Auto, historische interaktive Karte mit Symbolen

In this map we show you how to get from the region by car, camper, bus, ... the Via Claudia Augusta and its sights to the north and south.

Questions and information

Information can be obtained from

Via Claudia Augusta Info
www.viaclaudia.org
info@viaclaudia.org
0043 664 27 63 555

Detailed questions about the region are best answered by

Tourist information of the APT Rovereto e Vallagarina
www.visitrovereto.it
38068 Rovereto, Corso Antonio Rosmini 21
38060 Brentonico (TN), Via F. Filzi 23
info@visitrovereto.it
0039 464 430 363

In the summer also:

Bike- und Tourist-Info
38068 Rovereto (TN), Piazzetta della Torre Civica di Borgo Sacco
ciclopoint@visitrovereto.it
0039 347 098 82 50

Accommodation and camping possibilities

historische interaktive Karte mit Symbol von Gastgebern

In this map we show you the hosts of the region and the possibilities of camping along the Via Claudia Augusta.


Via Claudia Augusta / +43 664 27 63 555 / info@viaclaudia.org