An experience of a special kind for every ambitious athlete, with a wonderful view from the picturesque Sonnenhang Fliess, along the 2000-year-old Via Claudia Augusta offers the Via Claudia Augusta running and Nordic walking route.
Entire streets, bridges, milestones - again and again you come upon remnants of the old street, its extensive infrastructure and the life that has taken place on and on it. The name "Via Claudia Augusta" comes from two Roman milestones found near Rabland and Cesio Maggiore. Many finds of the ancient Roman road can be seen in the Archaeological Museum of Fliess and in the Documentation Center Via Claudia in Fliess.
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Starting from the Stadtpfarrkirche Landeck , the trail first goes down to the Inn and then takes the cycle path in the direction of Gramlachhütte. This always runs nicely next to the river. In Urgen you cross the river to reach a steep path to Fließ . In flow Following in the footsteps of the ancient Romans along the Via Claudia Augusta via the Fließer Platte back to Landeck Castle and the starting point.
Start of the route: Stadtpfarrkirche Landeck
TirolWest Card Premium Summer: Castle Landeck
Discover Schloss Landeck with its local history museum, the Schlossgalerie and its events.
TirolWest Card Premium Summer: Documentation Center VCA
The Documentation Center Via Claudia Augusta documents the Roman Kaiserstraße. In the display cases, finds from the Via Claudia Augusta and a copy of the Tabula Peutingeriana, the only surviving Roman road map, can be admired.
TirolWest Card: Archaeological Museum
The archaeological museum in Fliess contains finds (weapons, jewelery, coins, ...) from the prehistoric burnt-offering site at the Gachen Blick as well as a Bronze Age treasure trove from Moosbruckschrofen and the Hallstatt-era Bronzehort of Fließ.