The 560 km long trans-alpine cycling route münchen venezia combines vacations with sports, leads through three climate zones and gives a glimpse into three countries – Germany, Austria and Italy. Metropolitan flair you’ll find in Munich, Innsbruck and Venice and very unique natural experiences guarantee the Dolomites, UNESCO world heritage and different lakes and rivers. And in the small Alpine Cities as Brunico-Bruneck you will surely get into a romantic mood.
Along the whole cycling route you only have to master 3.000 meters height and also the very good connection to the local buses and trains as well as the many service stations give you a safe feeling.
The route is divided into five experience-passages, where the third “Alpine-Mediterranean lifestyle” brings you also through the Green Valley, the Pustertal-Val Pusteria. A stop at Brunico, the happiest small city in Italy both in 2014 and 2015, is surely a must. This Alpin-Mediterranean feeling will surely arise while strolling through the medieval city-center, ideally after a nice lunch in a South Tyrolian restaurant and while holing a wonderfully cold Gelato (ice cream) in one hand.
The hearts of all mountain-lovers will beat faster at the visit of the MMM Corones on the peak of Kronplatz-Plan de Corones, the highest museum in South Tyrol, easily reachable by cable car. The museum by the mountaineer Reinhold Messner and designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid, has a very unique architecture, meaningful contents and a spectacular view to the UNESCO-Dolomites. The museum was one of the last projects of Zaha Hadid.
Another highlight on the route is the castle Welsperg in Monguelfo, which is a special and extraordinary castle complex.