The Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route is listed among 38 Cultural Routes created to appeal to travellers curious to find and experience something unexpected in a relatively less known region of the Balkan area. Illyricum is a geographical term that was used by the Romans in the late 1st century BC and early 1st century AD to describe the new Balkan territory which they were conquering to annex to the Roman Empire. It included the lands which extended from the western boundary of modern Greece to the Alps on the west and from the Danube River on the north to the Adriatic Sea.
Explore these hidden treasures. Illyricum Trail is waiting for you.