Following ancient trade routes, the bicycle route leads from the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck to the Festival City of Verona. Numerous old railroad tracks and dam pathways have been converted into modern cycle paths. Therefore, you can enjoy the impressive towns and mountain views almost without being disturbed by any traffic. The great cities of Brixen, Bolzano, and Trento provide some cultural highlights on the way!
The landscape at the Brenner Pass at 1,370 meters of altitude appears almost alpine and in Brixen, orchards and vineyards dominate the natural scenery. At the Salurner Klause you will enter the "real" Italy with its Mediterranean flora and fauna. On this beautiful bike tour, you will always find a lot of variety - whether nature, culture, or cuisine, this tour has something to offer for everyone!
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