Augsburg-Bozen Via Claudia Augusta 2021 - Classic Tour

Augsburg-Bozen
Via Claudia Augusta 2021 - Classic Tour

9 Days/8 Nights, approx. 335 km,
40–65 km daily, hilly,
3-star-hotels

The Via Claudia Augusta is an immense building of the Roman time. You cycle along the first real mountain road across the Alps, which the Romans created in a construction time of approx. 60 years. Today one of the most impressive, at the same time however, also the most comfortable Alps crossing.

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from  € 900,60 per person 9 Days/8 Nights,
3-star-hotels
from  € 900,60
per person
9 Days/8 Nights,
3-star-hotels
Goldener Saal im Augsburger Rathaus mit alter Deckenmalerei
  • Goldener Saal im Augsburger Rathaus mit alter Deckenmalerei
    © Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH/Siegfried Kerpf
  • Rathaus mit perlachturm und Augustusbrunnen in Augsburg
    © Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH/Friedrich Stettmayer
  • Wassertürme am Roten Tour in Augsburg
    © Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH/Reinhard Paland
  • Lechwehr an der Stadt Landsberg am Lech
    © Stadt Landsberg am Lech
  • Unterwegs durch die Innenstadt in Landsberg am Lech
    © Stadt Landsberg am Lech
  • Fluss die Lech in der Stadt Landsberg
    © Stadt Landsberg am Lech
  • Mutterturm in der Stadt Landsberg am Lech
    © Stadt Landsberg am Lech
  • Marienplatz in Schongau
    © Tourismusverband Schongau
  • Cyclist on a bridge in Tyrol
    © Imst Tourismus/Martin Lugger
  • Cycle Tour along Inn Cycle Path
    © Imst Tourismus/Martin Lugger
  • blühende Obstgärten am Etschradweg in Südtirol
    © Marketinggesellschaft Meran, Frieder Blickle
  • Schloss in Meran mit rosaroten Blüten
    © Marketinggesellschaft Meran/Frieder Blickle
  • Blick über Bozen mit Bergwelt bei schönem Wetter
    © Verkehrsamt Bozen/Ognibeni
  • Das Nachtleben in Bozen spielt sich in den erleuchteten und belebten Arkaden ab.
    © Südtirol Marketing, Ralf Kreuels
  • Aperolgenuss am Stadtplatz in Bozen
    © Doris Praher
  • tolle Abendstimmung am Stadtplatz in Bozen
    © Doris Praher
  • Weinberg mit Blick auf die Stadt Bozen
    © Doris Praher

Personal contact

Susanne Zwirn
Susanne Zwirn
0043 (0)732 / 72 77 - 212
susanne.zwirn@touristik.at
Mo-Fr 9 a.m. - 5.30 p.m

Personal contact

Susanne Zwirn 0043 (0)732 / 72 77 - 212 susanne.zwirn@touristik.at Mo-Fr 9 a.m. - 5.30 p.m request now Susanne Zwirn
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Detailed information about this offer

Included services
  • 8 nights in 3-star hotels along the Via Claudia Augusta cycle path
  • daily buffet breakfast
  • luggage transfer from hotel to hotel as far as Bolzano
  • transfer across Fern Pass and Reschen Pass
  • information material (cycle map with detailed English tour description) per room
  • high quality handlebar bag for perfect transport of your travel documents per room
  • service hotline also at the weekend

    Additional costs:
    All prices in our offer include VAT. Not included in our prices is the city tax (approx. Euro 1,- to 2,50 per person/night) and is to be paid at the respective hotel.
Itinerary
  • Day 1 - Individual arrival in Augsburg

    Visit of the Roman provincial capital 'Augusta Vindelicorum”. Example of hotel: Hotel Bayerischer Wirt in Augsburg
  • Day 2 - Augsburg–Landsberg, approx. 50 km

    The city name Augsburg decreases to the Roman provincial center Augusta Vindelicorum, which was founded in 15 B.C. under the rule of Emperor Augustus. Augsburg's popularity however, was established with its role as a Fugger town. Therefore, a visit of the Fuggerei, which is the world's oldest project for social housing still in use today, is almost a must. The stage to Landsberg is thought to be a comfortable 'run in' on almost flat terrain. Example of hotel: Landhotel Endhart in Landsberg
  • Day 3 - Landsberg–Schongau/surroundings, approx. 45 km

    On your cycle tour today along the Via Claudia Augusta leads from Landsberg to Schongau. On the horizon you can already see the Alps but you get to enjoy the beauty of the region Pfaffenwinkel first. Schongau features a picturesque old town and almost completely preserved town walls. Example of hotel: Hotel Rössle in Schongau
  • Day 4 - Schongau/surroundings–Füssen/Schwangau, approx. 40 km

    Having left the beautiful old town of Schongau the cycling path along River Lech takes you into the Tyrol. Before heading over the border from Germany to Austria the beautiful fairy tale-like castle Neuschwanstein awaits you. Example of hotel: Hotel zum Hechten in Füssen/Schwangau
  • Day 5 - Füssen/Schwangau–Imst, approx. 40 km

    Today the tour takes you from Füssen to Reutte. From there our transfer brings you across Fern Pass in a comfortable way. From Fernstein castle you cycle past Nassereith and through the picturesque Gurgltal Valley to Imst. A 'beery' adventure awaits you at the microbrewery at Starkenberg castle. Example of hotel: Hotel Neuner in Imst
  • Day 6 - Imst–San Valentino/Burgusio/Malles/, approx. 55 km

    After a hearty breakfast you cycle from Imst to Landeck. From there you take the shuttle up to Nauders. Soon afterwards you cross the border to Italy at Reschen pass and with it the main Alpine ridge. You cycle downwards towards Malles past Reschen water reservoir with the sunken church tower of Altgraun, one of the most famous photo motifs of Italy. Enjoy the first evening on South Tyrolean soil and enjoy strolling through the old alleyways of the town. Example of hotel: Hotel Stocker in St. Valentin
  • Day 7 - San Valentino/Burgusio/Malles/–Merano, approx. 65 km

    Today you cross the entire Val Venosta. The route leads from an altitude of more than 1.000m down to the town of Merano that is located at an altitude of 350m. Most of the route follows the course of River Adige. From your starting place this pleasant cycling stretch leads down to the smallest town of the Alps, the town of Glorenza. Past the marble town of Laas you get to Naturns and eventually you reach Merano. Enjoy an evening walk through the town along the “Passer” promenade surrounded by subtropical flora. Example of hotel: Hotel Flora in Meran
  • Day 8 - Merano–Bolzano, approx. 40 km

    There is plenty to see along this bike route: the famous Schnatterpeckaltar in the Niederlana church, the largest Gothic wing altar in the Alpine Area, the highest church tower of the South Tyrol in Terlan as well as many fortresses and ruins on both valley slopes. The region also offers plenty of culinary delights: asparagus in Terlan, tasty chestnuts in Nals and last but not least excellent regional wines. As you reach the pedestrian zone of Bolzano enjoy the southern flair of the city. Example of hotel: Hotel Post Gries in Bozen
  • Day 9 - Individual departure or extra nights

    Return transfer bookable, please see rates for more details.
Details and cancellation

Note for people with limited mobility
The cycle tour is not suitable for people with limited mobility. However, in specific cases it is possible to accommodate individual customer requests (e.g. barrier-free room).

Passport and visa requirements
To check in to your hotel you will need a valid passport or ID card.
For citizens of countries outside the Schengen area other regulations may apply. You are responsible for obtaining any visa you may require in good time.

Terms and Conditions of Payment:
You do not have to make any advance payments to us up to 4 weeks before departure. Please mind the payment conditions in your booking confirmation/invoice.

Cancellation Policy:
According to our General Terms and Conditions, the customer may withdraw from the contract at any time in writing. In the event of cancellation or non-commencement of travel, the following cancellation fees will become payable:
20% of the tour price up to 28 days before arrival date
30% of the tour price from 27th to 14th day before arrival date
50% of the tour price from 13th to 8th day before arrival date
70% of the tour price from 7th to 4th day before arrival date
90% of the tour price from 3rd day before arrival date to the day of arrival or “no show”

If the customer makes changes to the booking (date of travel, tour, duration, transfer of the booking to another person etc.) up to 28 days before departure, for reasons which are outside our control, we will charge a processing fee of € 50,- per booking. After this date, the cancellation policy will apply. Such changes to a booking may only be made in individual cases and if possible; the customer has no right to any changes.

Our detailed Terms and Conditions of Business can be viewed on our website at https://www.radurlaub.com/en/home.html; upon request, will also send them to you by e-mail.

In case of a booking your announced data will be only used from OÖ Touristik GmbH for the process of bookings and related transactions and will be passed on only in the context of the contractual relationship to third parties. (for example, tourist service providers, sights, passenger transport, processors). The detailled Privacy Notice you will find on www.radurlaub.com/en/privacynotice.html

Standard information
The combination of travel services offered to you is a package within the meaning of Directive (EU) 2015/2302.
This ensures that you will benefit from all EU rights applicable to packages. Company OÖ Touristik GmbH will be fully responsible for the proper performance of the package as a whole.
Additionally, as required by law, the company OÖ Touristik GmbH has protection in place to refund your payments and, where transport is included in the package, to ensure your repatriation in the event that it becomes insolvent.
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Rates and additional services to book

Rates

Arrival: 01.05.2021 - 15.09.2021

Every Saturday

A: 01.05.2021 - 14.05.2021
€ 948,00
double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 1169,00
single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 220,00
half board supplement (per person and stay)
B: 15.05.2021 - 04.08.2021
€ 994,00
double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 1215,00
single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 220,00
half board supplement (per person and stay)
C: 05.08.2021 - 15.09.2021
€ 1020,00
double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 1241,00
single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 220,00
half board supplement (per person and stay)

Saving tips

-5%
early booking discount
() in case your booking reaches us at least 60 days prior to your holiday start
Extra nights
01.05.2021 - 15.09.2021
72,00
extra night in Augsburg, double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
98,00
extra night in Augsburg, single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
78,00
extra night in Meran, double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
110,00
extra night in Meran, single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
01.05.2021 - 26.09.2021
78,00
extra night in Bolzano, double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
112,00
extra night in Bolzano, single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
Additional services
01.05.2021 - 15.09.2021
135,00
bus transfer Bolzano-Augsburg incl. bike (every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, from 2 persons) (per person and stay) 
Hired Bikes

Bike hire 7-speed or 21-speed, caliper brake touring bike) incl. repair service
€ 80,- per stay

Electrically powered bike
€ 170,- per stay

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OÖ Touristik GmbH

In 1990 the OÖ Touristik performed a pioneering work on the sector of organised cycle holidays: the first bookable cycle tour along the Danube including luggage transfer. Already a year later we offered the first group tours. Over the years the offers of the cycle holidays has expanded throughout Europe and are as popular as ever. During the last 30 years we have expanded the portfolio on mountain bike tours, cycle holidays by bike and boat, group tours and hiking holidays as well as winter and wellness holidays. The organisation and handling of international congresses and events meanwhile adds to the successful enterprise sections.