In the Download section you will find all the important information for optimal travel planning of the Munich-Venezia.
GPX data of the west and east route and the map as PDF of the long-distance cycle route Munich-Venezia for download.
Both routes run along the same route in the middle section, between Achensee and Treviso. The difference is the route from the start to the middle section and then on to the finish.
Middle section: From Achenpass to Treviso (via Achenkirch, Achensee, Jenbach, Wattens, Hall in Tirol, Innsbruck, Patsch, Matrei am Brenner, Steinach am Brenner, Sterzing/Vipiteno, Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brueck/Brunico, Olang/Valdora, Toblach/Dobbiaco, Gemärk/Cimabanche, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Pieve di Cadore, Longarone, Ponte nelle Alpi, Vittorio Veneto to Treviso)
The common start is Munich, then:
• Bad Tölz
• Sylvenstein reservoir at the Sylvenstein lake
• Achen Pass
Common route section to Treviso then:
• Casale sul Sile
Common start is Munich, then:
• Achen Pass
Common route section until Treviso then:
• San Donà di Piave
• Cavallino Treporti
• Ferry to Venice
GPX track west-route
Variant Munich via Bad Tölz and Casale sul Sile to Venice.
Click here for downloading the full GPX track of the west route
GPX file In the Footsteps of Olympia East Route
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GPX track east-route
Munich variant via Tergernsee and Jesolo to Cavallino Treporti. Ferry to Venice.
Click here for downloading the full GPX track of the east route
GPX track Old-Roman-Road
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GPX track Innsbruck-Goldbichl
Click here for downloading the Innsbruck-Goldbichl GPX track.
Click here to download the map.