Romenstrasse, Via Romea, Major Street: three names for the same road, that in the Middle Ages from Germany led to Rome. Described for the first time in the first half of the 13th century by the Abbot Albert of Stade, was also the “Way of hosts” or the “Way of the Swabians” because along it transited Germanic emperors, armies but mostly pilgrims going to the Holy Places.
We will explore one of the most beautiful and by far the richest historical, architectural and landscape at the turn of the Brenner Pass. A world to live in all seasons.