German Limes-Road

Type: Route

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The Deutsche Limes-Straße, or German Limes Road, is a scenic route that follows the path of the ancient Roman border fortifications known as the Limes. Stretching over 700 kilometers (435 mi) through Germany, the route passes through beautiful landscapes and historic towns that were once part of the Roman Empire. Along the way, visitors can explore archaeological sites, including forts, watchtowers, and museums, that offer a glimpse into Roman life in Germany. The road also provides a fascinating journey through German history, highlighting the country’s rich cultural heritage and its connections to the wider world.