Route Treviso OstigliaFebruary 9, 2015
MontelloOctober 3, 2016
In Bavaria and Tyrol, the Munich-Venice cycle track follows the existing route of Via Bavarica Tyrolensis. Then continue on the cycle path of the Inn Valley, passing through Innsbruck and across the Tyrolean Wipptal valley to the Brenner. From there the route passes through the Isarco Valley, passing Vipiteno and Castel Tasso / Reifenstein to Fortress, where you can make a pleasant point at Fortress Fortress and Bressanone, a city rich in culture. The regular route continues in the direction of Val Pusteria, passing through Brunico and then arriving in Dobbiaco. From Dobbiaco we move south, in the heart of the Dolomites, passing through Cortina d'Ampezzo and arriving in the idyllic Val di Cadore. Later, cyclists leave the Alps and enter the Venezie plains. Finally they reach Treviso, from here, there are two possibilities to reach the Venice city of Venice, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site: passing through the country road from the port city of Mestre and from there continuing by train or passing through the resort Adriatic Sea of Jesolo and Punta Sabbione, then ferry directly to Piazza San Marco.