Via Romea Germanica
The Via Romea Germanica is one of the many paths leading to Rome from across several countries in Western Europe. This specific pathway runs from Stade, in north Germany, crossing the Brennero Pass and Bolzano, to Rome.
It was first described by Abbot Albert, who headed the Saint Mary monastery in Stade, as the best way to reach Rome. To this very day, it still is an important pilgrimage route to the Vatican.
You can find further information on the different stages and resting stops at www.viaromeagermanica.com.