PROPOSAL OF THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION VIA ROMEA GERMANICA FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SLOW TOURISM IN ITALY

Dear Friends, many (Public Administrations, Managers, Guides, Walkers and Bike enthusiasts ...) are wondering how to enhance this important part of Tourism that we call "Slow Tourism". Important for intrinsic values (of culture, environment, spirituality, health, knowledge ... ..). Also important for the economy of the places that have always been quite out of the [...]

IN MUNICH THE EAVRG BOARD

On 12th and 13th December, in Munich, the EAVRG meeting took place with the agenda: 1) Organization of the EAVRG 2) European Recognition: visit of the expert of the Institute for Cultural Routes 3) Preparation of the 2020 event: "Pilgrims Open Horizons" (POH) A fruitful meeting, attended by members of Via Romea Germanica, Romweg and [...]

Walking Sunday 1 September – Last call for FREE INSCRIPTIONS

If you are passionate about nature, culture, spirituality and walks, join us on excursions on the Via Romea Germanica on a part of the stage from Cusercoli to Santa Sofia.   Sunday, September 1 with meeting at 9.30 am at the parking of the sports center in Via Mevaniola Galeata, we will walk together in Via [...]

SLOW WAY FESTIVAL – ASSISI

On Sunday 16 June 29019 a Round Table was held in Assisi on the theme "The Europe of the Paths. The best experiences in comparison ". An important moment also for the Via Romea Germanica, called to bring its contribution along with the Camino de Santiago (represented by Prof. Paolo Caucci von Saucken), the Via [...]

La Via Romea Germanica in Veneto

The Veneto Region has sent us a BANNER and several copies of Brochures in Italian and in English, to advertise the Via Romea Germanica in Veneto and beyond. We remind you that we are one of the six routes recognized by the Region. It is a tangible sign of the Veneto Region's interest in the [...]

Students on the walk on the Via Romea

Students of Galilei Institute in Santa Sofia (IT), with their teachers and the guide Giovanni Betti, walked on the Via Romea Germanica from Santa Sofia to Pianetto's Castle and back. It was for them a discovery of the territory crossed, of the panoramas that can be admired, of historical and cultural emergencies "touched by hand" [...]

BOZEN = LEGAL SEAT OF THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF THE VIA ROMEA GERMANICA (EAVRG)

On Wednesday, October 17, the three Associations: the German Romweg, the Italian Via Romea and the Austrian Jerusalem Way will meet the Mayor and the Administration of the city of Bozen, which has declared itself available to be the Headquarters of the new European EAVRG Association. The meeting will serve to define the roles and [...]