The European Fugger Road - cycling on patrician silver paths!

from Augsburg to Innsbruck or Rosenheim

The silver rolling coin! That was probably also what the successful businessman Jakob Fugger from Augsburg thought on the trips to the silver mine of Emperor Maximilian I. in Schwaz in Tyrol, the mine that properly filled his coffers.
Following in his footsteps, you will experience how close the Augsburg house Fugger was with the Habsburgs and how the innovative Jakob Fugger marketed his assets.
You will have plenty of time on leisurely bike trails along the Lech and Inn rivers. Including  highlights such as the former residence of the Fugger family in Augsburg, the world's first coin minting machine in the historic town, Hall in Tirol and the mother of all mines, the monumental silver mine in Schwaz. On your journey through time, you will experience the sphere of influence of this influential patrician family from the early Middle Ages in historical buildings, interactive museums and in the mine gallery. On top of that, the stars of the Zeiss planetarium and the crystals of the Swarovski giant sparkle like the tranquil villages along the way. "Good Luck" for this glamorous tour!

  • Fugger house and „Fuggerei“, Augsburg
  • Historic Augsburg water management system (Unesco World Heritage Site)
  • King Ludwig’s royal castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, Füssen
  • Golden roof with alcove balcony, imperial palace and imperial church, historical old town of Innsbruck
  • Mint tower and old town of Hall in Tirol
  • Tratzberg Castle, Buch by Jenbach
  • Silver mine, Schwaz
  • Kufstein fortress
Day 1: Individual journey to Augsburg

"City air makes you free" is what Jakob Fugger’s grandfather is supposed to have meant when he once settled here and found his fortune in the flourishing trade. Allow enough time to explore the multifaceted Fugger city in a relaxed manner.
The cultural riches of this pulsating city span an imposing arc from the former Roman provincial capital "Augusta Vindelicorum" to the impact of influential families and significant modern achievements.

Included Services | Price per Person | Extras

Included services

  • Accommodation in carefully selected 3 & 4-star hotels
  • 7 (to Innsbruck) or 10 (to Rosenheim) nights accommodation with a rich breakfast buffet
  • Luggage transport from hotel to hotel
  • Shuttle transfer between Reutte and Fernsteinsee
  • Extensive travel papers | GPS-data available on demand
  • Phone service daily from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm

Price per person - from Augsburg to Innsbruck

Accommodation in a double room *    EUR   805,00
Accommodation in a double room * (from June 1st)   EUR   838,00
Accommodation in a double room * (from August 5th)   EUR   864,00
Single room surcharge   EUR   203,00
Half-board surcharge   EUR   205,00
Rental of 21-gear touring bicycle   EUR   85,00
Rental of Pedelec/E-Bike   EUR   185,00

Price per person - from Augsburg to Rosenheim

Accommodation in a double room *    EUR   1.066,00
Accommodation in a double room * (from June 1st)   EUR   1.110,00
Accommodation in a double room * (from August 5th)   EUR   1.144,00
Single room surcharge   EUR   258,00
Half-board surcharge   EUR   255,00
Rental of 21-gear touring bicycle   EUR   105,00
Rental of Pedelec/E-Bike   EUR   200,00


Extra night in Augsburg in DR/B&B *   EUR 72,00
Extra night in Augsburg in SR/B&B *   EUR 98,00
Extra night in Innsbruck in DR/B&B *   EUR 69,00
Extra night in Innsbruck in SR/B&B *   EUR 99,00
Extra night in Rosenheim in DR/B&B *   EUR 69,00
Extra night in Rosenheim in SR/B&B *   EUR 108,00
Transfer Innsbruck-Augsburg (every Saturday)   EUR 120,00
Transfer Rosenheim-Augsburg (every Monday)   EUR 105,00
Vehicle transfer Augsburg-Innsbruck   on request
Vehicle transfer Augsburg-Rosenheim   on request
* Any local taxes that may be due are not included and are payable locally

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