Maybe you have experienced this yourself:
You’re on the road in a beautiful landscape, but without proper roads, mostly just pothole tracks and then it takes an endless amount of time to reach even nearby destinations. Totally out of the question when it comes to global empire building. Of course the Romans needed roads, and good and fast connecting roads at that! They liked to use existing routes, but they also built new ones.
And already we’re in the midst of it:
Around 80 Roman sights from all areas of Roman life, from the imposing UNESCO World Heritage sites to the contemplative stone sarcophagus, from the excavation project to the partially reconstructed villa, from the imperial residence to the mine – these connect the Romans roads. A virtual Roman road network, because it is evident that, without transport routes, these monuments would neither have been built nor be easy to visit today. In the end, it's about yesterday and today, about cultural history and cultural enjoyment, about a journey back in time to the Roman era and a trip to picturesque holiday regions in the heart of Europe that offer all the comforts you need today.