The ancient Roman Road opened in 15 A.D. for the military campaign in the areas now belonging to Austria and Germany, crosses and unites three different nations
The track following the ancient Via Claudia Augusta built by Roman soldiers in 15 A.D. for the military conquest campaign of the territories now belonging to Austria and Germany, crosses and unites three nations.
It splits into two distinct legs in Trento: the first to Altino in the province of Venice and the second to Ostiglia, in the province of Mantua.
Development began under Emperor Claudius and over time it became one of the most used roads, both for the transport of men and goods, between the Po on the Adriatic coast and the Danube plains in north of the Empire.
The Via Claudia Augusta today is not only a path but also a bridge that unites different environments and cultures, through three different countries. Continuous alternation of landscapes, traditions, artistic beauty and gastronomic specialties, in the form of sustainable, ecologically compatible tourism.