Via Cláudia Augusta
A Roman road with more stories than Santiago de Compostela. It began to be built in the year 15 BC by Emperor Drusus to better control its northern colonies in Germany. It was completed 60 years later by Claudius and came to be known as Via Claudia Augusta. Today this imperial road is the party of cyclists and walkers thanks to the organization of the Germans. There are 700 kilometers paved between asphalt and gravel that allow a quiet running and many hotels prepared for cyclists. There are two strong climbs, the first in Fernpass (Austria), which takes place just after the town of Biberwier, and the second in Reschenpass (Swiss border with Italy), stretch in snails, where we will reach the highest and coldest point of the trip - 1.500m. But do not worry we will be prepared to transport you and your bike if need be!