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Augsburg-Venice Via Claudia Augusta 2019 - Get to know the Country and the People

Augsburg-Venice
Via Claudia Augusta 2019 - Get to know the Country and the People

14 Days/13 Nights, approx. 585 km,
40–65 km daily, hilly,
3-star-hotels

The Via Claudia Augusta, completed within 60 years, is an exemplary sample of Roman construction and a masterpiece of antique engineering. With this road, the Romans had built the first proper mountain road. Nowadays the Via Claudia Augusta enables cyclists to experience a unique and stunning crossing of the Alps and to get to know the most beautiful sides of the former Roman domain. And thanks to organized transfers across the two passes you can do so without too much effort. Of course, it's still your choice whether to use the transfers or to use your own muscle strength.

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from  € 1.540,00 per person 14 Days/13 Nights, approx. 585 km,
3-star-hotels
from  € 1.540,00
per person
14 Days/13 Nights, approx. 585 km,
3-star-hotels
Lechwehr in der Stadt Landsberg
  • Lechwehr in der Stadt Landsberg
    © Stadt Landsberg am Lech
  • Der freistehende Perlachturm und das Rathaus in Augsburg befinden sich auf dem Marktplatz.
    © Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus
  • Besuchergruppe in der Fuggerei in Augsburg - Häuser mit Efeu überwachsen
    © Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH/Friedrich Stettmayer
  • Goldener Saal im Augsburger Rathaus mit alter Deckenmalerei
    © Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH/Siegfried Kerpf
  • Bayertor in der Stadt Landsberg am Lech
    © Stadt Landsberg am Lech
  • Blick auf die Altstadt mit Hauptplatz - Landsberg am Lech
    © Stadt Landsberg am Lech
  • Ballenhaus in Schongau
    © Tourismusverband Schongau
  • Cyclists have a look on the map
    © Imst Tourismus/Martin Lugger
  • Cycle Tour along Inn Cycle Path
    © Imst Tourismus/Martin Lugger
  • blühende Obstgärten am Etschradweg in Südtirol
    © Marketinggesellschaft Meran, Frieder Blickle
  • Die Promenade in Meran entlang dem Fluss Passer
  • Schloss in Meran mit rosaroten Blüten
    © Marketinggesellschaft Meran/Frieder Blickle
  • Wunderschöner Ausblick auf das Etschtal in Italien
    © Südtirol Marketing, Clemens Zahn
  • Kalterer See mit Weingärten in Südtirol
    © INNTOUR
  • Blick vom Markusplatz auf das blaue Meer und die Kirche San Giorgio Maggiore
  • Gebäude in Venedig am Canale Grande
  • Gondeln im Meer in Venedig vor Markusplatz
  • Markusplatz mit Menschen in Venedig
  • Am Markusplatz in Venedig bei Sonnenschein und blauem Himmel

Personal contact

Birgit Horner
Birgit Horner
0043 (0)732/7277-227
birgit.horner@touristik.at
Mo-Fr 9 a.m. - 5.30 p.m

Personal contact

Birgit Horner 0043 (0)732/7277-227 birgit.horner@touristik.at Mo-Fr 9 a.m. - 5.30 p.m request now Birgit Horner
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Detailed information about this offer

Included services
  • 13 nights in 3-star hotels along the Via Claudia Augusta cycle path
  • daily buffet breakfast
  • luggage transfer from hotel to hotel as far as Venice
  • transfer across Fern pass, Reschen pass and from Trento to Levico Terme
  • train ticket from Quarto d'Altino to Venice and back
  • visitor's tax in all hotels
  • GPS-data on request available
  • information material (cycle map with detailed English tour description) per room
  • service hotline also at the weekend
Itinerary
  • Day 1 - Individual arrival in Augsburg

    After your arrival in Augsburg for your cycle holiday, visit the Roman provincial capital 'Augusta Vindelicorum“. Example of hotel: Hotel Bayerischer Wirt in Augsburg
  • Day 2 - Augsburg–Landsberg, approx. 50 km

    The city name of Augsburg derives from the Roman name of the town “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

    Today your cycle tour along the Via Claudia Augusta leads you 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–Burgusio/Malles/Glorenza, 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 Maraias in Mals/Burgeis
  • Day 7 - Burgusio/Malles/Glorenza–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 – Lake Caldaro Region/Ora, approx. 50 km

    There is plenty to see along this route: Niederlana's famous Schnatterpeckaltar, the largest Gothic wing altar in the Alpine area, the highest church tower of the South Tyrol in Terlan and a great number of fortresses and ruins on both valley slopes. And - after the optional visit of Bolzano you'll have the wonderful opportunity to refresh your legs at Lake Caldaro. Example of hotel: Hotel Amadeus am Kalterer See/Auer
  • Day 9 - Lake Caldaro Region/Ora – Trento, approx. 50 km

    Today you cycle along River Adige that is lined by orchards until you get to Salorno. The German-speaking part of the South Tyrol ends here. The stage finishes in the town of Trento which features an old town worth seeing with historic buildings like the cathedral and Buonconsiglio Castle. Example of hotel: Grand Hotel Trento in Trient
  • Day 10 - Trento – Feltre, approx. 65 km

    An easy start by transfer to Valsugana is followed by a beautiful tour on a new cycle path from Levico Terme along river Brenta to Borgo Valsugana and Primolano. From here you have to take a regular road up to Arsie and Fonzaso in order to finish in Feltre, one of the most important historical cities. Example of hotel: Hotel Doriguzzi in Feltre
  • Day 11 - Feltre – Pieve di Soligo, approx. 50 or 60 km

    Today you've got two options. Either you take the hilly but not too exhausting road through the Prosecco-vineyards or you take the sporty road and pass by Lentiai and the impressive Praderadego-Pass (approx. 900 Altitude difference). Pieve di Soligo is definitely perfect to relax after a 'harder' day. Example of hotel: Hotel Contà in Pieve di Soligo
  • Day 12 - Pieve di Soligo – Quarto d'Altino/Venice, approx. 65 km

    You have to hit the pedals just one more time in order to get to Venice. On the way you find some real highlights too. Right past Pieve di Soligo, still in the middle of the prosecco hills you see Castello San Salvatore throning. Soon after Ponte Priula you arrive at the art and radicchio-town of Treviso which is finally followed by Quarto d'Altino, a small town very close to the original start of Via Claudia Augusta. Example of hotel: Hotel Ambra in Quarto d´Altino
  • Day 13 - Excursion to Venice – overnight stay again in Quarto d'Altino

    Set aside your bike and relax while you take the train in approx. 20 minutes to the train station Santa Lucia of Venice. This is the perfect initial point to explore the uncountable alleys and channels of Venice. Have a look at Piazza San Marco and maybe even treat yourself with a gondola ride. Example of hotel: Hotel Ambra in Quarto d´Altino
  • Day 14 - Individual departure or extra nights

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Rates and additional services to book

Rates

Arrival: 01.05.2019 - 15.09.2019

every 1st Saturday of the month
Minimum participants: 2 persons

A: 01.05.2019 - 14.05.2019
€ 1.540,00
double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 1.916,00
single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 355,00
Half board supplement  (per person and stay)
B: 15.05.2019 - 04.08.2019
€ 1.588,00
double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 1.964,00
single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 355,00
Half board supplement  (per person and stay)
C: 05.08.2019 - 15.09.2019
€ 1.637,00
double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 2.013,00
single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
€ 355,00
Half board supplement  (per person and stay)
Extra nights
01.05.2019 - 30.09.2019
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)
64,00
extra night in Quarto d'Altino, double room/breakfast (per person and stay)
91,00
extra night in Quarto d'Altino, single room/breakfast (per person and stay)
Additional services
01.05.2019 - 30.09.2019
185,00
transfer Quarto d'Altino - Augsburg incl. bike (Friday and Sunday) - EUR 185,- (minimum participants 2 persons) (per person and stay)
Hired Bike

Hired bike of OÖ Touristik GmbH - KTM Bikes

Damenrad als Leihgabe der OÖ Touristik


€ 125,00 per person & stay

21-speed-ladies' bike:

  • model: KTM touring bike
  • bicycle frame: Aluminium-frame for ladies
  • gears: 21-speed derailleur gears, free wheel, Shimano Acera
  • brakes: 2 caliper brakes, Shimano V-Brakes
  • tyres: 28'' hollow section rim/sturdy tyres, Schwalbe Marathon
  • saddle: premium gel saddle, Selle Royal

7-speed ladies' bike:

  • model: KTM touring bike
  • bicycle frame: Aluminium-frame for ladies
  • gears: 7-speed hub gears, Shimano Nexus
  • brakes: back pedal brake as well as caliper brake, Shimano V-Brakes
  • tyres: 28''
    hollow section rim/sturdy tyres, Schwalbe Marathon
  • saddle: premium gel saddle, Selle Royal
Herrenrad als Leihgabe der OÖ Touristik
€ 125,00 per person & stay

21-speed-men's bike:

  • model: KTM touring bike
  • bicycle frame: Aluminium-frame for men
  • gears: 21-speed derailleur gears, free wheel, Shimano Acera
  • brakes: 2 caliper brakes, Shimano V-Brakes
  • tyres: 28'' hollow section rim/sturdy tyres, Schwalbe Marathon
  • saddle: premium gel saddle, Selle Royal
7-speed-men's bike:
  • model: KTM touring bike
  • bicycle frame: Aluminium-frame for men
  • gears: 7-speed hub gears, Shimano Nexus
  • brakes: back pedal brake as well as caliper brake, Shimano V-Brakes
  • tyres: 28'' hollow section rim/sturdy tyres, Schwalbe Marathon
  • saddle: premium gel saddle, Selle Royal
Elektroräder als Leihgabe der OÖ Touristik
€ 235,00 per person & stay

Electrically powered bike:

  • model: KTM Amparo XL
  • bicycle frame: Aluminium-Unisex
  • gears: 8-speed hub gears, Shimano Nexus
  • brakes: 2 caliper brakes, Shimano V-Brakes, partly back pedal brake
  • tyres: 28'' hollow section rim/sturdy tyres, Schwalbe Marathon
  • saddle: premium gel saddle, Selle Royal
Satteltasche beidseitig pro Zimmer
included
Saddle bag
  • 1 bag per room

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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 25 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.