Recommendation: Alternative route at the Innsbruck Mitte roundabout – Ambras Castle – Lans – Goldbichl.

Due to increasing traffic on the previous route, we recommend turning left onto Schloßstraße at the Innsbruck Mitte roundabout in the direction of Ambras. The detour leads via Aldrans, Lans, past the Patscherkofelbahn to Goldbichl.

The exact coordinates of the detour route can be found on our map.

The GPX file is available for download.

Ausweichroute von Innsbruck auf den den Brenner

 

Closure at Casale sul Sile between Villa Gabbianelli to Via Saccon in Restera – from 18 July 2022 to 5 August 2022

To the emergency works for the repair of the stretch of bank located downstream of Villa Gabbianelli on Restera in Casale sul Sile,

to the removal of damaged plants along the River Sile – on the section of the right-hand bank downstream of Villa Gabbianelli and the intersection of Via Saccon and Restera at Casale sul Sile

to the closure from Monday 18 July 2022 to Friday 5 August 2022 of the cycle/pedestrian path named Greenway from Casale sul Sile – right bank of the river Sile from Villa Gabbianelli to via Saccon on Restera, in order to allow emergency work to be carried out to repair a section of the bank for the removal of damaged plants along the river Sile.

 

Recommendation: alternative route between Pararolo di Cadore to Longarone

During the roadworks around Longarone, it is possible to travel by train from Perarolo di Cadore to Longarone-Zoldo and thus bypass the roadworks.

The service can be booked at https://www.thetrainline.com/en/train-companies/trenitalia.

Please also book your own tickets for bicycles!

In addition, there is also the possibility to cover the distance by bus. This service can be booked at https://dolomitibus.it/files/orari/estivi/stagionali/linea72-30-9_E .pdf or via https://www.cortinaexpress.it/en/ .

The alternative relates to this construction site https://www.muenchen-venezia.info/en/attention-interruption-in-castellavazzo/

Entrance fee for Venice expected from 1.7.2023

For all visitors to Venice, and also to most of the islands belonging to it, there will probably be an access ticket for day admission from 1.7.2023.

The prices vary according to frequency and season and can probably also be purchased together with the vaporetto tickets. Admission is valid for the day printed on the ticket until midnight.

 

Attention!!! Fines are relatively high and can vary between 50 and 300 euros. Checks will be provided.

“The Spirit of ’72” – in the footsteps of the Olympic Games

Munich celebrated the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Summer Olympics in 2022.

The 1972 Summer Olympics were held in Munich from 26 August to 11 September. At that time, 7170 active athletes from 121 countries took part in the sporting competitions. They competed in 28 disciplines for the precious metal and a total of 600 medals were awarded.

Under the motto “The Spirit of ’72”, the Bavarian capital had created an extensive supporting programme that could be experienced in Munich in the anniversary year with the special thought of the Olympic Games. Numerous site events, such as a guided bike tour along the Olympic sites or you can go on your own on the many traces of the Olympics in Munich. A special highlight is the Tent Roof Tour in the Olympic Park – here you get the unique opportunity to enjoy impressive views and special impressions high on the roof of the Olympic Stadium.

If you want to treat yourself to some relaxation after these active trips, you can be chauffeured through the Olympic Park in a rickshaw.

The sporting idea was also not neglected in Munich in July. For the first time since 1972, the European Championships offered some 4,700 active athletes from 36 nations the opportunity to compete against each other in an almost Olympic setting in Munich. Another sporting highlight was the Festival of Games, Sports and Art, which took place in the Olympic Park from 1 to 9 July.

Alternative route to the Brenner Pass via Igls to Matrei via the Old-Roman-Road

If you continue along the Igls/Patscher road in the direction of Matrei, you follow the little-used Roman road with breathtaking views of numerous highlights along the Brenner route. Here you ride on the sunny side to Matrei and rejoin the signposted münchen-venezia.

 

GPX data for download here

Summer opening of the munich-venezia cycle path at the end of April

Due to the long winter and the associated snow cover, the münchen-venezia can only start the cycling summer slightly late this year.

But it will be ready by the end of April. All sections of the route – including over the Dolomites, in the Puster Valley and over the Dolomites – can be cycled.

Subject to winter weather changes.

Partial closure of the cycle route between Toblach/Dobbiaco and Cortina for approx. 5km – with diversion

Closure of the cycling route between Nordic Arena Toblach/Dobbiaco and location Nasswand Toblach/Dobbiaco for approx. 5km.

The closure is valid from 1.4.2022 to 9.7.2022.

The diversions is signposted and takes place via the western shore of Lake Toblach/Dobbiaco.

Recommendation: alternative route between St. Jodok and the Brenner Pass.

The munich-venezia long-distance cycle route runs between St. Jodok and the Brenner Pass via the Brenner federal road, as unfortunately the gap here has not yet been closed. The federal road is very busy, especially at weekends, and there is also a steep climb from Gries am Brenner.

The Wipptal region offers everyone the possibility to take the S-Bahn (S3) on this stretch. The S3 runs hourly. Adjacent stations to the cycle path can be found in Matrei, Steinach and St. Jodok.

The region offers a special service for all guests staying in the Wipptal – they receive a guest card at their accommodation which allows them to use the S-Bahn free of charge. Bicycles can be taken along on all S-Bahn trains, the bicycle ticket for € 2,– has to be bought at the ticket machines at the stations.

The guest card is valid from one overnight stay as a ticket for all public transport in the Wipptal region – click for more information .

99,329 cyclists along the Munich Venezia long-distance cycle route

As of 09.12., 99,329 cyclists were on the Munich Venezia long-distance cycle route in 2021. Thank you to everyone who cycled the route this year, we are already looking forward to the coming season!

Travel regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Current entry regulations for the Munich-Venice regions.

As entry regulations in the regions are changing frequently, we have listed the most important links here.

 

ITALY:

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons http://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/

South Tirol:

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons https://www.suedtirol.info/en

 

AUSTRIA:

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons https://www.sozialministerium.at/en.html

Tirol:

(available in german)

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons https://www.tirol.gv.at/gesundheit-vorsorge/infekt/coronavirus-covid-19-informationen/ein-und-ausreisebestimmungen/

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons https://corona-ampel.gv.at/aktuelle-massnahmen/regionale-zusaetzliche-massnahmen/tirol/

 

GERMANY:

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/einreiseundaufenthalt/EinreiseUndAufenthalt

Bavaria:

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons https://www.bavaria.by/information-coronavirus/

Bad Tölz:

(available in german)

Link 2 Icon - Free Icons https://www.toelzer-land.de/coronavirus

Attention: Interruption in Castellavazzo

It is possible to bypass the barrier via the Alemagna state road as far as Longarone. At Longarone turn back onto the cycle path in the direction of Dogna/Provagna.

Possibilities of bypassing are also offered by public transport – information can be found under alternative options at Longarone.