Progetti Europei

The Romea Strata in European planning

Our area has the opportunity to benefit from what are defined as “European funds” which represent important resources to finance projects, activities and infrastructures at national, regional and local level. European projects are therefore a tool for achieving the objectives and priorities of the European Union, in terms of well-being and equality, economic and social growth and territorial integration, as well as a tool for providing a concrete response to the real needs of European citizens. In a few words, Europe offers us the opportunity to implement our ideas in cooperation with other Member States.

Since 2016, the Homo Viator Foundation has been working on the European founds by collaborating with various realities on European projects to promote the development and implementation of the Romea Strata,not only as a way of faith and culture but also as a lever for development and intersectoral growth (environment , culture, tourism, education …).
We believe in the strength of cooperation and we are constantly looking for partners with whom to work together along the Romea Strata to transform ideas into opportunities.

On this page you will find the main European projects completed or in progress.

January 2021 – December 2023


Promotion of museums and rural heritage sites in the vicinity of European pilgrimage routes.

Horizon 2020

The rurAllure project promotes museums and rural heritage sites near the routes of the important European pilgrimage through new technologies. The aim is to highlight the close link between the rural environment and the European pilgrimage routes to enrich the cultural experience of the journey through the vast heritage that can be used in these areas, often little known. Duration: 36 months

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October 2019 – April 2022

Train to EUPilgrimage


The project intends to develop a standardized international training program to train pilgrim guides. The program includes 7 study modules and an online platform with video tutorials, learning tests and other tools.

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July 2019 – December 2021

Look Up

The rediscovery of the cross-border artistic and religious heritage in the mountains.

Interreg V A Italy Austria 2014-2020

The project aims to promote and enhance the places of faith and spirituality present in the area as spaces in which to rediscover one’s history, traditions and religiosity. A cross-border socio-economic and religious analysis will be carried out involving local communities for the conservation of cultural, historical, religious and natural assets. A new section of the Via Romea Strata from Vicenza to the Asiago plateau is being studied;

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January 2017 – December 2018

Romea Stra

Itinerary of faith and culture – Romea Strata

Interreg V A Italy Austria 2014-2020.

The project aims to preserve and improve the cross-border territory characterized by the historic faith walk of the Romea Strata, developing a strategy to promote the common Italian-Austrian historical, religious and cultural heritage. This was achieved through the involvement of local communities and the enhancement of naturalistic, artisanal and food and wine excellences.

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WalkArt – the art of walking

Rediscovery of the ancient pilgrimage routes between Carinthia and Friuli Venezia Giulia

Interreg V A Italy Austria 2014-2020.

The walkart project was born from the idea of rediscovering and enhancing the ancient pilgrimage routes and their varied natural and cultural heritage, to create a new cross-border, sustainable, accessible and alternative tourist offer to mass tourism.

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