adova e Provincia in bicicletta.
Cycling Routes, Excursions and Itineraries. Padua and its province by bicycle.


Routes 1 2
Padua by bicycle. Terme Euganee – Padua. 8 10

Itineraries 9
Padua. Outer river circuit. The Bacchiglione River and the Euganean Waterway. 32


10 Rural Padua.
36 40 46

14 8


Excursions 3 4 5 6
Padua. Inner river circuit. Abano Terme. Orchards, parks and gardens. Terme Euganee. Villas and monasteries. 13 16 19

11 Colli Euganei circuit. 12 Padua - Chioggia.
The salt and sugar route.


13 Monselice,
Este, Montagnana. Tour of the walled cities. 52 56

5 4 1-3-9 11 2 6 10 7 12

14 Muson dei Sassi.
The journey of St. Anthony.

Due Carrare - Battaglia Terme. Stories of flight and of barges. 22 Arquà Petrarca. In the heart of the Colli Euganei. 25 Piazzola sul Brenta. Beyond the river. 28


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Road conditions
secondary road road with heavy traffic motorway railway - tram transit by bicycle prohibited danger cycle and footbridge watercourse

cycle path with asphalt cycle path without asphalt road with asphalt road without asphalt road with traffic detour with asphalt detour without asphalt cycling access

IAT (tourist information office) bicycle assistance railway station ferry embarkation point partial distance one-way for bicycles slight or medium incline route start

1:20000 1 cm = 200 m 1:40000 1 cm = 400 m 1:75000 1 cm = 750 m plate number table number contiguous itinerary

Place names
city municipality locality road/street/avenue/square place of interest watercourse hills parks and other protected areas

To see
architectural site nature site museum waterworks


rivers. natural and gastronomic treasures. by using the bicycle. Barbara Degani President of Padua Province Mauro Fecchio Councillor for Padua Province Environment Flavio Manzolini President of Padua and Terme Euganee Tourism Organisation . Besides presenting the territory. suggestions for relaxation designed to be taken on two wheels. This guide will be a faithful companion to whoever searches for these travel characteristics. the route to Chioggia towards the east). which is different from the already established offerings. the Muson dei Sassi towards the north. the walled city tour towards the south. where you can recover and taste the best products from the Paduan soil. Cycle touring. but really a starting point for offering to the cycle touring enthusiast. playful and relaxing form of travel. The absence of hill climbs and the short routes make the excursions suitable even for families with children. The proposed itineraries have been specified in the “Provincial Plan for Cycle Paths”. a project that is being developed around key points (the river circuit outside Padua. offering alternative itineraries and promoting the slow. precious nature areas in the hills. the Colli Euganei circuit. pedalling in the heart of the Veneto. demonstrated through the multiplicity of scenery.Padua. and lagoon. Six cycling excursions and six cycle touring itineraries along the course of the rivers and canals in Padua and its Province. Therefore. Completion of the project will make Padua Province the main junction of the cycling network in the Veneto. it offers practical information on the cycle path and thanks to a detailed geographical map ensures navigation and safety during while you pedal. favours the rural and nature aspects of the territory. This new publication of Turismo Padova Terme Euganee arose from the desire to respond to the evergrowing number of tourists who want to get to know our artistic. this publication is not the end point. Roberto Furlan President of the Padua Chamber of Commerce 4 Every travel proposal is linked to new tourist destinations: historic centres where it is possible to establish real contacts with local art and history. but also the “occasional cyclist”.

Currently equipped are the Padua River Circuit and the Cycle Path of Muson dei Sassi. there is no need to be a young athlete to experience an active holiday. the Province is criss-crossed by navigable waterways: over 150 km! Even if 5 . silent and ecological way and thus encourage tourists to immerse themselves in their surroundings and become co-players. From the source to the lake. The itineraries are able to put Padua in a network with the main tourist centres in the Veneto. to begin the journey. but it is simply sufficient to maintain a youthful desire for discovery and obtain a working bicycle that fits THE PROVINCIAL PLAN FOR CYCLE PATHS. while the next works are to the Colli Euganei Circuit and the Cycle Path of the Walled City. The suggested itineraries in this guide are within the capacity of every cyclist. cultural and artistic examples: archeological evidence of the ancient Venetians and Romans. Venetian villas and Renaissance abbeys. safety and alteration to the roadbed. The cycle touring plan of Padua Province is a planning document for the creation of long distance cycling itineraries with signposting. your own stature. The land within the Province of Padua offers great opportunities for the cycling tourist: for example. castles and medieval hamlets. The choice of bike has been dictated by the fact that it allows one to enter the territory in a respectful. With this guide. This means of locomotion is ideal for those who interpret the journey as an experience inspired by slow motion and thereby in close contact with the environment.Padua and its Province by bicycle. from the wood to the multitude of cultivated fields: not many lands in temperate climates can boast of such a great variety of ecosystems as that of Padua Province. Turismo Padova Terme Euganee proposes to take the tourist to discover various surroundings and cultural roots of this territory from the perspective of their bicycle. The work of man in the same area that is more or less a plain if you exclude the isolated microcosm of the Colli Euganei. has produced an exceptionally rich set of historical. from the lagoon to the river.

understanding in this way the existing relationships between inhabited centres and natural resources.com .it www. – cycle touring itineraries. Specific signposting is only present on itineraries 9 and 14.it WEATHER FORECASTS www. it is possible to put together a pleasant cycling holiday that also lasts more days. whoever experiences river and canal journeys has the impression of entering the area by the main door. routes that require a propensity for pedalling.pd. the connections between the town and the Terme Euganee 6 and 12 suggested journeys in two categories: – the cycling excursions.veneto. The journeys have been designed to more or less develop around a circuit.turismopadova. In the pages of the guide are shown the cycling routes of Padua. therefore it is necessary to rely on the maps attached to the tour description or to consult the website www. The almost exclusively flat morphology of the land and the mildness of the climate (the number of days of rain in a year average only 80!) are another two factors that favour cycle touring in Padua Province in every season.arpa.turismopadova. these are no longer waterways for flat bottomed boats as used to be the case. circuits that commit the tourist to half a day.it CYCLING INFORMATION www. The selection of routes is the result of positive collaboration between Turismo Padua Terme Euganee and some local environmental and cultural associations. in the rest of the cases the suggested route involves countryside unmade roads and asphalted secondary roads.stradadelvinocollieuganei. identifying oneself with the “boatmen of yesteryear”.abanomontegrottosi. while four have a linear form: in these cases the return can be by train that caters for transporting the bicycle.it www.it/turismo/soundtouring -gps/it/ www.it www. that is with departure and arrival points in the same locality.welcomepadova.it www. The routes wind along autonomous cycle paths wherever possible.amici-della-bicicletta-pd.com www.padovanet.it www.giscover. by connecting one itinerary to another. it is possible with a bicycle to travel along many embankments and take in the Paduan scenery. TOURIST INFORMATION www.it www. None of the itineraries present significant gradients or technical difficulties and.ferroviedellostato.parcocollieuganei.it where the tourist also has the possibility of downloading for free the GPS track for satellite navigation and the latest generation of cellphones.USEFUL INTERNET SITES FOR CYCLING TOURISTS.it GPS DATA www.turismopadova.provincia. in the latter case it would be wise to pay particular attention to vehicular traffic. The itineraries with long distances are included in the Provincial plan for cycle paths and are suitably signposted and kept safe by the Provincial authorities.

medium difficulty two wheel tours with the presence of roads with traffic. those with dotted numbers are used to assist crossing centres of habitation. FORMAT OF THE GUIDE The format of the guide and the ring binder are designed to facilitate its consultation and use by the public during their journey. The bag should contain a first aid kit (plasters. Whoever practices cycle touring must respect the Highway Code and use protective equipment. nevertheless the map can contain inexactitudes and changes that have not been updated opportunely. more demanding three wheel tours suited to children over 12 years old. The tables with progressive numbers outline highlight the route plan. The number included between two pinheads indicates the partial distance between them. We apologise for any errors. The use of clothing that can ensure the necessary comfort for cycling in full safety and relaxation is recommended. THE MAPS The coloured rectangle shows the number and type of tour (green: route. natural and monumental heritage of the territory. disinfectant and personal medicines).turismopadova. descriptions of the itineraries (see the numbers on the photos). Turismo Padua Terme Euganee is not responsible for any errors and harm suffered by users. USEFUL ADVICE The bicycles that are ideal for use on the routes in this guide are city bikes and hybrid bikes. Train services that take bicycles and GPS tracking are shown when they are available. 7 . orange: excursion. consult the website www. fallen chains). loose bolts. For further understanding of the artistic.it AN IMPORTANT NOTE The itineraries have been surveyed and transcribed carefully. the map shows the names of the alternative roads to those with traffic (dotted track) or uneven surface (traced with broken line). Before embarking on a bike ride it is good to carry out correct maintenance of the machine and obtain whatever is necessary to face small unforeseen events (punctures. blue: itinerary). Where possible. It is recommended that you insert the publication inside the map pocket and follow the route step by step. THE INFORMATION BOX The itineraries adopt a three-grade scale of difficulty calculated on the basis of the length and type of itinerary: easy one wheel tours for families with children. useful information. THE TEXTS The texts give information that complements the maps.How to use the guide. The green triangle is an invitation to follow the route in the table indicated by the number.

where it is possible to leave attended your own bicycle or hire one. you are recommended to use the appropriate parking and use an effective anti-theft system. More information on cycling in Padua: www. safety features. (photo 2). When you park your own bike. signposting and platforms for river crossings.1 Padua by bicycle. Besides. in the Station Square there is parking. In Padua. To reach the squares an alternative bi-directional route has been introduced that runs parallel to the riverbank along the axis made up of the streets Del Santo (photo 1). having illumination. two-way bicycle traffic is also allowed in Via Roma and in Corso Umberto. a kind of cycling ring road. Not all the city roads favour movements by bicycle: in particular you are recommended to respect the no entry signs along the tram routes. has been equipped with adjacent cycle/foot paths.it 2 . For information: telephone 049 8759608.padovanet. the system of waterways. Total length of cycle paths: 120 Km The city of Padua has a network of cycle paths that is among the most extensive in Italy: over 120 km! These allow access to the city across the main radial arteries and permit easier movement even in the inner city. open 24 hours a day. Zabarella and Eremitani. The attached map shows the cycle access points to the inner city 8 1 of Padua and the tramline. The tariffs are reasonable and holders of the PaduaCard benefit from a discount of 20%.

thanks to an underpass one passes over the Padua-Bologna railway line. The tourist who stays in hotel facilities in Terme Euganee can reach the inner city of Padua in the midst of greenery. where a route equipped with overpasses and underpasses leads onto the Lungargine Scaricatore. In the area of Ponte Quattro Martiri one diverts along the city cycling network. firstly on a normal road then on a cycle path. Having reached the bridge one turns left and heads in the opposite direction to the water flow in the Battaglia canal (photo 3). The recommended routes are illuminated along the stretches within Padua and Abano Terme.Padua. an asphalted cycle path takes us to the bank of the Battaglia canal. where thanks to a route equipped with overpasses and underpasses Length Abano Terme . 10 1 2 .2 Terme Euganee . protected from traffic and in total safety.5 Km Length Montegrotto Terme . Making towards the north we skirt Villa Molin (photo 2) and reach the area of Bassanello. we strike out towards the locality of Mezzavia. After that.5 Km Difficulty: Train+bike: Terme Euganee . From Montegrotto Terme: from the IAT office (Tourist Information Office) of Montegrotto Terme. After about 10 Km from the start one reaches Bassanello. where.Padua Note: GPS tracking available 3 we pass over the Battaglia and Scaricatore canals to reach the inner city.Padua: 13. From Abano Terme (photo 1): from the IAT office (Tourist Information Office) we go beyond the thermal spa and we make for the locality of Giarre.Padua: 14.

12 .Excursions.

Padua. Inner river circuit. This first itinerary is an urban route in which the city is mirrored in its canals. inside of which we find the celebrated Cappella degli Scrovegni (photo 2). result of a long and well-constructed history written by bold engineers and by a multitude of peasants and hired hands that through their work guaranteed the city protection from enemies and floods. Fed from the Brenta and Bacchiglione rivers. where the famous Burchiello (barge) terminated. A short distance away we meet the 1 3 13 . From a historical-cultural standpoint the itinerary allows one to appreciate over long stretches the defensive wall and gateway system built by the Venetian Republic in the 16th century. Having reached the hamlet of the Portello we admire Porta Ognissanti. and the sixteenth century ones built by the Venetians. this great network has throughout the centuries influenced the urban layout: particularly incisive were the construction works on the medieval waterways of Battaglia (1189 1201). The waterway network in Padua constitutes an ingenious web. Piovego (1209) and Brentella (1314) and of the more recent Scaricatore canals (1863) and San Gregorio (1930). The first stretch of the Piovego canal laps the sixteenth century walls built by the Venetians.5 km Difficulty: Note: GPS tracking available 3 2 point of the itinerary is the navigation lock of the Porte Contarine (1526) (photo 1). the necessary energy to move machinery and mills and for waterway navigation. The natural starting Length: 13. hand-built hydraulics that until the middle of the last century permitted the transit of boats along the Inner Waterway.

already home to the Fraglia dei Mugnai (Millers’ Guild) – one sees the altar on the right side of the nave. Leaving the Mussato Waterway. whose main tower (Torlonga) was transformed in the seventeenth century into an astronomical observatory. where there used to be an ancient barrage that regulated the boat traffic that was entering the city. presided over by a fortified gateway. one reaches Castel Vecchio. one returns to the departure point.3 impressive Torrione Castelnuovo (photo 3) on whose external walls are mounted panels with the emblem of the house of Loredan. In this particularly striking corner of the city it is possible to observe the medieval walls and the numerous porticoed villas. at the height of the “Ponte dei Cavai” one turns into the right-hand embankment of the Tronco Maestro canal. Then one meets three ancient bridges: Ponte di Sant’Agostino (16th century). on this stretch one pedals with the gaze turned towards the circle of magnificently preserved sixteenth century walls. these two canals constitute a kind of waterway ring road around the city. 14 4 5 . opposite which there was for many centuries a great concentration of floating watermills. some stone cannon balls and a lion of St. passing in front of the church of Santa Maria del Carmine. Going beyond the Saracinesca keep. called the Specola (photo 4). the only stretch of the itinerary on an ordinary road takes us to Ponte Molino (photo 5). Shortly. Connected together by the navigation lock of Voltabarozzo. Ponte di San Giovanni delle Navi (13th century) and Ponte dei Tadi (14th century). Having reached the hydraulic junction of Bassanello. In the locality of San Gregorio one remains on the embankment of the canal of the same name to then proceed along the Scaricatore canal. Mark.

secondary roads and countryside lanes. Length: 18 Km Difficulty: This easy bike ride starts in the heart of the spa town and forms a ring around itself. This high ground of travertine (clear and porous rock) used as a public garden is different 2 oratory and magnificent pigeon loft. which used to present the profile of the fields as a curvature of a “mule’s back”. Orchards. The suggestive secondary roads cross corners of the countryside enclosed by bushes or more rarely by rows of trees and vines as was used in the typical Paduan agrarian system. a rare and beautiful example of Liberty architecture with an early 1900s garden. in this way allowing one to admire the elements of rural scenery: from the agrarian arrangements to traditional cultivation. The route follows cycle paths. Opposite us we find a beautiful farmhouse from the end of the 1700s with the habitable part 16 1 . In Abano Terme (photo 1) we leave from the Piazza della Repubblica and skirt round Villa Piave. They are examples of traditional Veneto architecture that are becoming rare. parks and gardens. from the houses of hired hands to the gentlemanly Veneto villas. now the seat of the Sartori Mask Museum (photo 2). home of the Civic Museum: the internal rooms host cultural exhibitions and demonstrations while the park is the site of an important horse-riding competition.4 Abano Terme. Soon one returns to the spa centre and crosses it until stopping in front of the entrance gateway to the park situated on the hill of Montirone (photo 3). The asymmetric building with exuberant plasterwork is surrounded by thick vegetation composed of evergreen and exotic plants. Resuming the route we next reach the Villa Trevisan – Savioli. We invite you to carefully observe the building’s details: the wooden shutters and the faceted chimneypot. Turning into Via Appia Monterosso one reaches the Duomo with a Romanesque bell-tower named after San Lorenzo Martire. Travelling along Via Mazzini one reaches the entrance to Villa Bassi Rathgeb. A few hundred metres further on one can admire the sixteenth century Villa Malipiero – Rigoni with its attached juxtaposed with a porticoed stall.

the Ortone and Rosso mounts are covered by a wild woodland mantle that contrasts with the gentleness of the surrounding countryside. Set apart from all the hilly group. called the Bembiana (photo 4). At the site of the votive niche dedicated to Saint Anthony one turns to the right into Via Pezzolo at the end of which there is a convenient cycle path that takes us to Villa Bassi Rathgeb. here enriched by the variety of shapes of 18 the Colli Euganei.4 the silence of the countryside to the hamlet of Feriole where we find the Villa Foscolo that takes its name from the famous writer that composed here his first masterpiece “Le ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis (The last letters of Jacopo Ortis)”. Of special interest there is also the nearby complex of Milan. One starts pedalling again on the cycle path in the direction of Monteortone to newly surround oneself in the agrarian landscape of Abano. Having reached the hamlet of Monterosso it is possible to contemplate a relaxing stop in the beautiful public park of Villa Monzino. 3 from the other Euganean hills for its special geological genesis: it is in fact the only one to have originated from the calcareous sediment produced by the abundant thermal springs that gushed out freely until the middle of the last century. a rare example of a rural courtyard built in neoclassical style. Taking up the bicycle again one proceeds surrounded by 4 .

was built in the late Romanesque style and preserves notable works of art inside. Villas and monasteries. suburb of Abano that begins near the Santuario della Beata Vergine della Salute (photo 1). stands in a picturesque position on the hill of Montecchia and is connected to an ancient small medieval fort. We head towards Torreglia on a wide cycle path. we quickly cross the grey craftsmen's area and reach the foot of the rise that dominates Abano Terme. 2 ex-convent. In the Length: 30 Km Difficulty: 5 countryside of Monterosso and Feriole to reach the Villa EmoCapodilista (photo 3). the work of Dario Varotari. the others will proceed towards Monteortone. The building. the visit starts with the votive chapel inside which gusts the spring where in 1428 the miraculous apparition was to appear that has been the justification for the building of the Marian sanctuary. today used as a cellar and golf course. The church. Turning into Via Fornace. We pick up the bicycle and proceed in a northerly direction across the delightful 1 3 19 . From the spa centres of Abano and Montegrotto we head towards the Colli Euganei to discover some authentic Renaissance Italian architectural jewels. We get into the saddle in Montegrotto Terme. a spa location renowned for the goodness of its waters and the quality of its hotels. a national monument.Terme Euganee. Only the most trained can make the ascent in the saddle that leads to the entrance to the monastery of San Daniele in Monte. The complex merits a stay. The route is on the level and mainly runs along secondary roads and countryside tracks. it is possible to admire the Renaissance cloister in the centre of which there stands out a harmonious well in Istrian stone. now an usual spa hotel.

After a few kilometres. the abbey took on its present architectural form during the Renaissance. As well as the church it is possible to visit the internal cloisters. From Luvigliano one sets out again towards Torreglia on an ordinary road. The cycle excursion turns towards its end and we return to Montegrotto. firstly along the Via Volti. geological phenomena that are very evident in the Brusà mount. The view in the distance of Villa Draghi (photo 5) concludes this enchanted itinerary running between villas and monasteries. The work of Giovanni Maria Falconetto. now an asset of the Fondo per l'Ambiente Italiano (National Trust for Italy). in a project by Tullio Lombardo. the villa dominates the area of Luvigliano and sits in a scenic position within the surrounding hills. Under the slopes of Monte Rua we stop to observe a rural building with a beautiful pigeon loft and on a connected knoll a picturesque architectural complex with an oratory. prototype of a Veneto villa and important monument of the Veneto Renaissance period. where mining activities of the last century revealed interesting columnar fissures. a pleasant foothill road shaded by oak and chestnut woods.5 4 Taking up again the road that goes to Teolo and having passed over the nearby locality of San Biagio (a short detour to see the sixteenth century church) one turns onto the straight stretch that leads to the Praglia Abbey (photo 4). This complex that is now a private residence is called Castelletto: originally it was a Benedictine courtyard belonging to Santa Giustina in Padua. 5 . then on a cycle path. one cannot fail to observe the majestic Villa dei Vescovi (photo 2). so we recommend that you pay attention to the traffic. the chapter house and the monumental refectory. but it then became a commenda of the Knights of Malta that until the 19th century suppressions administered from here the large estates in their possession. Founded in the 1100s by Benedictine monks. From Praglia to Luvigliano one travels along a 20 pleasant foothill road with little traffic that penetrates the Vallarega plain.

cradle of the Da Carrara. two museums tell through innumerable finds the glorious stories of flight and the less known one of waterway navigation. better known as the castle of San Pelagio (photos 2-3). 22 1 2 3 .Battaglia Terme. helicopters and models of hot-air balloons and aircraft. Paduan gentlemen in the 14th century. work of Scamozzi and the imposing agricultural courtyard belonging to the palace. This pleasant cycle excursion unfolds along the embankment tops of ancient waterways and carries with it numerous surprises from nature and history. A prime example is the Villa Zaborra – Avesani. Inside the palace the original Museum of Flight has been fitted out. which have been incorporated into palaces and villas. Having reached the centre of Due Carrare we observe the Villa Priuli-Petrobelli (photo 1). Length: 26.6 Due Carrare . Stories of flight and of barges. From the IAT (Tourist Information Office) in Montegrotto Terme one quickly reaches Due Carrare.5 Km Difficulty: To the south of Padua. a military outpost transformed into a villa in the 1700s. The site is a celebrated one because from here in 1918 Gabriele d’Annunzio and the 87th squadron “La Serenissima” left for the celebrated flight over Vienna. which tells of the military undertaking and the history of aviation and conserves numerous aircraft. A few traces remain of the medieval buildings that were the symbol of power and riches of the noble family. not far from each other.

Arriving next to a restaurant we cross the canal and stop to take a close look at the outside structure of what. until the end of the last century. which conserves the wall mausoleum of Marsilio I of Carrara and noteworthy medieval mosaics. In the area of the bridge the remains of one of the two ancient mills is still visible. we come across the very beautiful Ponte da Riva. entirely built of brick. About half an hour from the museum one returns to the departure point along the 24 4 5 .6 Also in this case. 6 the land of the boatmen. river skills and life aboard. Remounting the bicycle one pedals as far as Battaglia Terme. amongst which there is an outdoors collection of typical wooden boats and inside various sections devoted to components. we come across the delightful hamlet of Pontemanco (photo 5). boatyards. this time on the opposite side and we remount it to go beyond the small hamlet of Maseralino in the municipality of Pernumia. Making towards the north. We resume pedalling along the embankment of the canal in the midst of a pleasant and thickly wooded vegetation as far as a weir where a large water scoop maintains a regular run-off of water. where we schedule a visit to the Museum of River Navigation (photo 6). We cross the hand-built hydraulic works and take the dirt embankment on the left of the Vigenzone canal proceeding in the opposite direction to the water flow. a small group of houses arranged in formation along the course of the Biancolino canal. Passing beyond the Villa Erizzo. with a collection of three thousand pieces. Opposite stands the noble Villa Grimani . hydraulic equipment. This museum is unique in its kind in Italy. well immersed in its rural surroundings. the building developed from a pre-existing medieval nucleus that was the fortified courtyard of the Da Carrara. With a brief detour we visit the church of the exabbey of Santo Stefano (photo 4). before taking to the Vigenzone embankment again.Fortini with its Marian oratory. was an old mill.

After the castle. the beautiful Villa Emo. Pedalling again along the cycle path we stop anew in the area of a tourist poster that illustrates the hydraulic details of the canal bridge of Rivella and admire the splendid country landscape of the Valli Selvatiche. in places on unmade surfaces. celebrated because it allows the boats to negotiate a rise in water level of over seven metres. this is the navigation lock. constructed to exploit the hydraulic energy released by the fall in water level. on the top of whose embankment runs a pleasant cycle path. the inner city is characterised by a special arrangement of the houses on the waterfront. the villa has over 350 rooms. comprising the Villa Selvatico-Sartori that stands on the Sant'Elena hill. From the Roman Excavations of Montegrotto Terme we head towards the Battaglia canal. the work of Vincenzo Scamozzi. more commonly known as the castle of the Catajo for the way in which this noble residence of Pio Enea I of the Obizzi. a hammer for wrought iron work. one discovers. a saw and a paper mill. from where the visit to the inner city begins. had it constructed in military style. Meanwhile. In the heart of the Colli Euganei. The first thing to emerge along the road is Villa Obizzi. hidden by an elegant Italian style garden. Having left the lift bridge. The proposed itinerary refers to the route of the poet Francesco Petrarch when he went to his house in the Colli Euganei from Padua. an authentic jewel case of art. an unexpected scene on the canal opens: on a wide stretch of the waterway we find moored some wooden boats. The long straight stretch Length: 31 Km Difficulty: Train + bike: Monselice . in the background there is Battaglia Terme (photo 2). archaeology and nature. military leader of the Serenissima. history. The excursion is very rich in tourist attractions and uses cycle paths and secondary roads with little traffic. the surrounding fertile countryside and the pronounced backdrop of the Colli Euganei.Terme Euganee Note: GPS tracking available 7 2 ends in the port of Monselice. with its original stepped bridge in Venetian style and the hydraulic guardhouse in the neighbourhood of which stand mills.Arquà Petrarca. From the walled city one turns into a beautiful little-used foothill road 25 1 .

3 on a slight incline that turns around Ricco mount. The itinerary leads to the large square in front of the parish church of Santa Maria Assunta where the monumental tomb of the poet is conserved. 5). Having traversed an uneven plain the hamlet of Arquà Petrarca appears (photos 1. built on the summit of a rise and surrounded by a high wall and at the foot of the mount of Lispida Villa Italia. From the hamlet of Monticelli we admire the picturesque Villa Renier. From Monticelli we suggest to follow the route to Valsanzibio and visit the beautiful historical garden of Villa Barbarigo (photo 3). to whose name is tied that of the poet 26 4 5 . The return to Battaglia is on unmade roads surrounded by a very striking landscape. we advise you to reach it on foot because of the steep slopes. Petrarch’s house is to be found in the upper part of the village.7 (Petrarch). a natural basin fed by thermal springs which unfortunately no longer admit visitors. Having left the hamlet of Arquà. In Battaglia Terme we rediscover the road we set out on and in this way we return to Montegrotto Terme. for about two kilometres one travels along a road that can be busy during weekends and holidays and it ends at the Lago della Costa (photo 4).

Having reached the main square of the town one arrives in front of the majestic Villa Contarini – Foundation G. 28 1 . fulcrum of the area. whilst the second. two brick furnaces. Length: 20 Km Difficulty: With this excursion we will discover Piazzola sul Brenta in a new version: a land rich in nature. initiated an unusual development project based on the improvement of agriculture and the construction of craftwork and industrial buildings. whose high chimney stands out over the ex-industrial area. Thanks to the initiative of Paolo Camerini. E. at the end of the nineteenth century. Such details are the result of the historical events tied to the presence of the noble families of the Contarini and the Camerini. to this was added numerous annexes and decorations during the seventeenth century. We will cross the “fiefdom” of the Camerini as far as the hamlet where Andrea Mantegna was born. a sawmill. Ghirardi (photo 1). a fertiliser plant. built the monumental villa. rural scenery and magnificent architecture. some agrofood laboratories and an unusual jute mill. In 1920 there were working six hydro-electric plants. A quick look is surprising: the gaze is captured by the princely residence while at the sides the 2 field of view is blocked by a double colonnade on the right and by a high wall of trees on the left. a sulphuric acid plant. The first. Piazzola sul Brenta is distinct from the other Paduan localities for its special urban layout: from the avenue that leads to the town square roads branch off that intersect in an orthogonal manner. within a few years Piazzola sul Brenta was transformed into an important industrial centre. two spinning mills. The central wing of the villa is from the sixteenth century and is attributed by some to Palladio.8 Piazzola sul Brenta. already proprietors of extensive estates at the beginning of the fifteenth century. a cement works. today a site of historical interest. Beyond the river. onto which numerous workers houses from the start of the 20th century face.

whose 4 centuries and Villa da Ponte – Paccagnella (photo 5). the work of Michele Primon. like the lakes that originate from gravel excavations. In the vicinity two villas merit a visit: Villa Ramina called the Colombina (from its dove-grey stonework). In the nineteenth century the villa passed from hand to hand again and again until the Camerini succeeded the Correr to give new splendour to the building. we take the Via Pastorizia. The area is of great natural interest for the quality of the river water. a robust building in Lombard style dating to the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth 30 3 5 . for the richness of the flora and for the environmental diversity.8 Belonging to this later period there are also room frescoes. Having gone beyond the Padua-Marostica provincial road we reach Isola Mantegna. The sixteenth century building with a large barn and oratory is approached by a wide central stairway on which stands a gabled loggia. a rural hamlet where Andrea Mantegna was born in 1431. attributed to Palladio. enriching it with art and book collections. name recalls the passage of flocks directed towards the uplands of Asiago or Monte Grappa. Leaving the river behind us. Leaving the inner city we head towards the Brenta (photo 3). the riverside scene in this stretch is very striking: great quantities of poplars. Amongst these there are the manmade. wetlands particularly sought-after by marsh birds (photo 4). willows and river on one side and neatly robinias allow us to make out the cultivated fields on the other. The return to the departure point is on quiet secondary roads between meadows and cultivated fields of corn and maize (photo 2).

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this appears from the outside to be a triumphal arch. firstly on the banks of the San Gregorio Length: 54 Km Difficulty: Note: GPS tracking available Route equipped with signposts and made safe. Going beyond the university area. There are many reasons for regarding the web of Paduan rivers and canals as the preferred way to reconnoitre the city and its territorial context: from the historical in origin to the scenic. In the vicinity of the eighteenth century bridge we see the original stone steps that allow the boats to dock. going beyond the navigation lock of Voltabarozzo (photo 2). Reaching Bassanello it is interesting to observe the water flow: part of it enters into the city along the Tronco Maestro and part goes in a southerly direction along From Porte Contarine. an 32 2 . Erected in 1518 on the initiative of the Captain of Padua. The first canal that we come across is the Piovego. 1 canal and then. to the design of Guglielmo Grizi called the Bergamascan. today only used for tourist purposes. Today these routes have become a remarkable cycling itinerary. This is historically the busiest and most important waterway in the Paduan area: in its urban stretch it laps against the Venetian wall. Marco Antonio Loredan. Outer river circuit. rich in history and nature. on the Scaricatore canal where the Paduans love to practice sport. a navigation lock from 1526 and ancient access point to the inland waterways of Padua.9 Padua. the cycling itinerary heads towards the Cappella degli Scrovegni. one reaches the elegant Porta Ognissanti (photo 1) or del Portello. artificial artery 11 km long that has for eight hundred years connected Padua to Venice by the Brenta Canal. Having left behind the Piovego Canal. a jewel that conserves the frescoes of Giotto. one proceeds in a contrary direction to the water flow.

the exchurch of S. in the Municipality of Padua. like the Villa Pisani. the river that feeds the Paduan canals: on this stretch its course has been amended and in the neighbourhood of Brusegana receives part of the waters of the Brenta via the Brentella canal. a national monument.9 the Battaglia Canal (Euganean Waterway). On the other bank. 34 3 4 . Going on. At the end of the straight stretch of the canal one reaches Limena. In the neighbourhood of a centuries old oak one deviates onto a country road that leads to the entrance of the Certosa di Vigodarzere. the river course is straight and less captivating. in very beautiful surroundings. a riverside town where celebrated Veneto villas are concentrated. The route proceeds along the Bacchiglione embankment. The last stretch from Noventa to Padua (photo 4) returns along the Piovego canal. The Bacchiglione is formed in the vicinity of Vicenza from the confluence of mountain streams and tributaries of springs. a centre of habitation where it is possible to admire some villas and the ancient hydraulic manufactures of the Colmelloni. where the sumptuous Villa Giovannelli faces onto (photo 5). instead the Brentella is an artificial watercourse built by the Paduans in 1314. an authentic Renaissance jewel. the last leg before re-entering the city. Eufemia di Altichiero 5 now hosts the Archaeological Museum of Paduan Waterways that can be reached with a brief detour. but after a few kilometres it reaches Stra. So one continues on the Brenta river (photo 3). site of natural interest for the presence of protected flowers and animals. whose left bank constitutes the continuation of our itinerary.

a striking rural hamlet whose place-name brings to mind the ancient land reclamation undertaken by the Abbey of Santa Giustina di Padua. The canal separates the ancient churches of 2 San Fidenzio in Roncajette and San Lorenzo in Isola dell’Abbà. The Bacchiglione river and the Euganean waterway. a celebrated community for the chicken of the same name (photo 1). The departure point for our tour is the hydraulic junction of the Bassanello in Padua. where the Bacchiglione river gets lost in the Tronco Maestro. it is possible to reach the monumental Benedictine Courtyard of Legnaro (photo 2). This strong link between the city and Province still shines through in the villages where an agrarian landscape is preserved from the living identity. we follow it. Length: 48 km Difficulty: Train + bike: Terme Euganee Padua Note: GPS tracking available Leaving the urban outskirts. From here it is possible to admire Villa Rezzonico. The itinerary utilises the tops of the embankments. great nature and appetising food and wine opportunities. in the vicinity of Voltabarozzo. Continuing in the direction of Polverara. takes the name of Canale Roncajette. Padua sinks its roots deep into the countryside. the countryside becomes delightful: in the fields arranged in a traditional “Paduan” manner the vegetable crops mix with the 36 1 . With a detour of about 2 km. We make a stop in the neighbourhood of Isola dell’Abbà. for the most part asphalted and not accessible to motor vehicles. leaving behind the builtup area of Ponte San Nicolò. Battaglia and Scaricatore canals.10 Rural Padua. one penetrates rural surroundings with no lack of historic hamlets. in whose retaining walls we find a beautiful Marian statue in Istrian stone. The latter.

the waters of the Bacchiglione meets with those 38 of other canals to form an intricate hydraulic system. This last riverside hamlet arose in medieval times around its mills in the walls that ceased grinding only in the middle of the last century. in analogy with those of the Berica and Brenta to give greater prominence to the numerous hydraulic and beautiful historic architectural features. to join the Battaglia Canal (photo 3). the wooden shutters. Soon. The numerous architectural features attract our attention: the chimney jutting out from the walling. This waterway (1189-1201). Villa Malipiero – Gosetti in Cagnola and Villa Grimani-Fortini in Pontemanco. a pigeon loft stands in a farm. one reaches Battaglia Terme. in past times purpose built for raising pigeons. From here on we come across three villas from the sixteenth century: Villa Mocenigo – Randi in Gorgo. 4 . Crossing the Provincial highway to Casalserugo. In the town what captures the attention of the visitor are the strong embankments that encircle the centre where it is possible to admire the beautiful Duomo that goes back to the eleventh century with a distinctive bell-tower. we go up the waters of the Vigenzone canal. Further on. the variety of chimneypots. as well as the Villa Martinengo and the palace of the Accademia dei Concordi. After leaving the Roncajette canal. Taking again to the embankment in the vicinity of the marvellous Ponte di Riva (photo 4). near Bovolenta. staying on an embankment top cycle path. we observe the bell-tower of the one-time abbey of Santo Stefano in Due Carrare and in the distance the well-defined outline of the Colli Euganei. was named Euganean Waterway.10 3 cereals and the ancient rustic buildings alternate with grandiose farms. locally called “boarie”. on the occasion of the eight hundredth anniversary of its construction. the large stalls with arches and the stone-paved farmyard. last leg of our itinerary.

The “Parco Regionale dei Length: 68 Km Difficulty: Train + bike: Este . standing in an elliptical perimeter and occupies a total surface area of around 21 thousand hectares.Padua Note: GPS tracking available 3 1 2 Colli Euganei” was founded in 1989 to exploit this unique landscape and to safeguard its extraordinary biodiversity. This decidedly remarkable landscape is the result of two distinct volcanic phenomena that have given rise to the outcrop of magma from the earth’s crust. To fully enjoy its many beauties you are advised to undertake the itinerary in two days. architectural and natural points of interest.Monselice Terme Euganee . The partly equipped route is central to a cycle touring improvement project. Along the route we come across numerous tourist destinations. 40 . continues to Battaglia Terme with the Catajo (photo 4). with a suggestive result.11 Colli Euganei circuit. The series of Veneto villas start at the gates of the city with Villa Molin. the dense and incandescent material in parts raised ancient limestone rocks and in places deposited itself to form sharp peaks. In a marine environment. hydraulic. masterpiece of Vincenzo Scamozzi. The whole Euganean hill system has a hundred or more hills. This itinerary that allows for the completion of the whole tour around the system of hills is extraordinarily rich in historical. From Padua the Colli Euganei (photo 1-2) appear isolated on the horizon with undulating lines and a surprising variety of shapes: conical outlines that overlook the reliefs in the soft lines.

and a little farther on with Villa Emo with a typical Italian garden. overlooked by the medieval stronghold. one crosses wide areas of reclaimed 42 land where we find the Buzzacarini Benetti complex and a little later Villa Barbaro. From here the view looks over all of the southern stretch of the Colli Euganei. we discern in the background the Venda mount (601 m) recognisable from the large number of television repeater stations. Towards the west we discern Este and its fourteenth century castle and the delightful hamlet of Calaone. The collection of exhibits has numerous fossil remains from the 5 6 . placed between the cones of Castello and Cero mounts. that in the locality of Bomba runs alongside an ancient brickworks. one visits the square. Continuing the journey in a southerly direction. On reaching Monselice. inside which is the Colli Euganei geo-palaeontological Museum. Traversing the marvellous extensive historic centre there is the Bisatto canal.11 4 imposing residence of the Obizzi family. the Castle and the nearby walkway of the Santuario Giubilare delle Sette Chiese (photo 3) on the Rocca mount that stands in Villa Duodo. with Villa SelvaticoSartori. in the middle ground the Fasolo and Rusta mounts and in the foreground the Cecilia mount of pyramidal shape.

The locality is set around the eighteenth century Contarini Venier villa and retains an unusual porticoed square. we pass close by a magnificent pigeon loft (photo 7) and we plunge into the famous vineyards where marvellous red wines and the scented “moscato fior d'arancio” are produced. The last leg towards Padua passes through Terme di Abano and Montegrotto (photo 9). We have now reached the extreme 44 9 . At the end of the country road we take on an easy climb to then descend towards Montemerlo.1 1 Euganean area. A little farther on. from Carbonara to Frassanelle. the cycle path is interrupted and one proceeds on secondary roads devoid of traffic. The itinerary proceeds towards the mount of Lozzo (photo 8). awaiting the completion of the cycle path. In Bastia di Rovolon. one modern and the other nineteenth century. an authentic Renaissance jewel and important centre of Benedictine spirituality. 8 7 an atmosphere of times past. and displays an interesting section on quarrying. European capitals of cures and wellbeing. two mineral collections. on whose slopes we find intact the castle of Valbona (photo 6) and finishes in Vo’ Vecchio in northeast of the hills where it is good to make a stop to visit the Praglia Abbey.

Chioggia. the so-called “burci”. was rebuilt after the damage of the Second World War. one reaches Battaglia Terme (historic photo 3). the other one . The salt and sugar route. Over the course of the bike ride some white numbered stones driven into the ground attract our attention (photo 4). They deal with an ancient division of parcels of the embankment given in concession to the farmworkers for harvesting hay from the grassy escarpments. Going along the Euganean Waterway from Padua for about an hour. Here we leave behind us the Colli Euganei and 46 2 3 . the salt from Chioggia and the sugar from Pontelongo. where two Veneto villas face each other: that on the left .Villa Malipiero – originates from the sixteenth century. In the neighbourhood of Ponte di Riva we go along the right bank until the locality of Cagnola. The itinerary that links the Colli Euganei to the Venice lagoon follows an ancient water course at one time used by lighters.12 Padua . following the sinuous course of the Vigenzone canal (photo 5).Villa Santinello – less significant.Bovolenta Chioggia: 54 km Difficulty: Note: GPS tracking available 1 point decidedly towards the east.Battaglia Terme Chioggia: 63 km Length Padua . Length Padua . that carried loaded goods such as the trachyte of Colli Euganei.

The villages that we go through on this itinerary have names that recall the river-way: Gorgo (photo 1) (small whirlpool).12 4 5 6 their moorings can be seen. On these lands the Benedictines started a wide-ranging struggle to resist The surrounding landscape is still well preserved. whose name is selfexplanatory. in the latter village we carefully observe the wayside bollards of the bridge on the Vigenzone canal where the signs left by the ropes that kept the boats at 48 7 . On leaving the sugar town we find that of the Benedictine Courtyard (photo 6-7): Correzzola. owes its own development to the presence of a large sugar refinery that is still working and was built in the nineteenth century. The town hall is the beautiful villa of Foscarini Erizzo. in the cultivated fields we find beautiful rustic buildings and marvellous villas of the Veneto. The next place. Bovolenta (water mill). A metalled track allows us to reach the sixteenth century Benedictine Courtyard built by monks and the parish church of San Leonardo. Pontelongo (photo 8). recently restored.

8 the formation of marshland and. built characteristic rural houses with stalls. haylofts and granaries to spread agriculture. During the last stretch the landscape changes noticeably. In the fourteenth century the Carraresi had built a military outpost to oversee the Bacchiglione river. when the land reclamation was concluded. 10 Chioggia. Taking the route on top of the left embankment.12 Today. 50 9 . that was by that time in the Middle Ages a few kilometres away. the expanses of ploughed fields from a thick network of ditches and channels give way to extensive flatlands and sparklings from the lagoon (photo 9) from which appears the historic centre of Chioggia. had one of the most important salt-works in the Mediterranean. after a few kilometres a tourist notice informs us that we are in the neighbourhood of Castelcaro: where an oratory stands today. (photo 10) mid-point of our itinerary. at least 60 of these remain and still keep the name of the saint to which they were dedicated.

in which place an artificial lake has formed. Villa Pisani. watchtower and castle (photo 1). strongholds.13 Monselice. Oratory of San Giorgio. Montagnana. religious and monastic buildings were established (the seven churches jubilation way. isolated towers and walled cities.Mocenigo. Having become militarily less important. we find the small church of the Madonna delle Ave (photo 3). castles. vestige of the fortification of Buso mount. Byzantine barracks and important centre of the Longobard dynasty. In the “retraction of Monselice”. Length: 29 Km Difficulty: Train + bike: Montagnana Este – Monselice The itinerary traverses the lower part of Padua Province. Villa Duodo). an area of sixteenth century land reclamation. Convent of San Giacomo) and the industry for working with trachyte stone that is found in abundance in Venice. that in the past was a “vicus romano” (Roman village). lords of Padua. seat of the 52 1 . The building has incorporated an ancient wall. passing in front of Ca' Mori. At the start we follow the Bisatto canal and Frassine river. who perfected the defensive system with five encircling walls. on the return it is possible to use a train with a bicycle transport service. Only the presence of the Villa 2 Barbaro on the southern side has impeded the complete excavation of the hillside. Soon we reach Este (photo 2). between the Euganei and the Scodosia where we find numerous medieval buildings: fortified palaces. Tour of the walled cities. Este. The building of the walls began in the twelfth century to defend the city that was then fortified by Federico II of Svevia with the construction of the keep. The first walled city we come across in the course of our itinerary is Monselice. the town changed face to take on a similar aspect to that of today: villas and princely buildings sprang up (Villa Nani . In the 14th century the city was conquered by the Da Carrara.

The glimpses that merit a pause for photography are many: the watchtower with its clock. In that period the inside of which is located the Carraresi. we leave the town by retaking the embankment on the Bisatto canal until reaching the hydraulic junction at Sostegno. completed the city walls that have The preserved collections are 24 towers 17 metres high. The southern part of of our journey. Atestine National Museum. and the Duomo whose complex architecture harmonises Gothic elements with those of the Renaissance. After visiting the Duomo of an unusual elliptical shape and seeing the casket that is a work of art.13 Regional Park of Colli Euganei. the high-class residences. work of Palladio. with the very rich in finds Rocca (Stronghold) degli Alberi 4 5 (1362). the places of worship and the Carrara castle. the keep and 12 Montagnana (photo 4-5). The walled city the castle was transformed in developed in the 14th century taking the 16th century into the on the new imprint that we can still palace of the Contarini family. to the west towards the retains its polygonal form. admire today. By ordinary roads we enter the inner city where the view of the vast Maggiore Square opens up. our gaze to the east takes in the Colli ravages of time. From the top of the embankment. The highest tower (38 metres) is on the oldest military building in the city: the castle of San Zeno. Despite the representative of the civilisations of the ancient Veneto peoples and the Romans. immersed in the silence of the countryside. mid-point towers. What you see today is the fortress built by Ubertino da Carrara between 1338 and 1339. the castle still Euganei. 54 3 . where we leave the canal and continue along the Frassine river. including the Villa Pisani. overlooked by the most prestigious buildings in the city. the Berici hills and to the south as far as Baone gate. The visit to the inner city allows us to admire noble residences. skilful in fortress building.

Anthony. 1231 from Camposampiero to Padua. 3 come to the Santuario del Noce (photo 3). evident sign of the hydraulic arrangements made by the Venetian Republic in the 17th century. here the Saint had an apparition of the Baby Jesus. its main characteristic is its straight course. at the time dying. In the second half of the 1800s the villa was the residence of Leone Wollemborg.14 Muson dei Sassi. In Camposampiero (photo 1) a detour takes us to the first of the three shrines to St. to which is linked the iconic tradition of St. Italian economist and politician that was credited with founding the first rural savings bank in Italy. we Length: 29 Km Difficulty: Train + bike: Padua Camposampiero Note: GPS tracking available Route signposted and made safe. equipped with signposting and road layouts. takes place along the banks of the Muson dei Sassi river (photo 2). The journey of Saint Anthony. In Loreggia we find the sixteenth century Villa Polcastro Wollemborg Gomiero where Giuseppe Jappelli designed and constructed a splendid romantic garden with water features. A short distance from the municipality square where the medieval high tower built by Da Camposampiero stands out. between the 12th and 13th of June. The cycle touring itinerary. we retrace the “journey of St. The church goes back to the first 56 1 2 . Anthony” that owes its origin and name to the last journey undertaken by the saint. This water course has its source in springs to the north of Asolo and after 48 km joins the Brenta river. Anthony. According to tradition. looked after by a Convocation of Franciscan Friars. trees and exotic shrubs and shady footpaths. Following the Muson dei Sassi river.

Anthony. in the place where St. the finish of the devotional route to St. the area still presents itself today as a large chess board where the fields and the road network faithfully follow the original arrangement of the territory. Seen from above. From Camposampiero to Vigodarzere (photo 4) we cross the lands of the Roman “grid”. with its cupola and a bell-tower in the form of minarets.14 4 half of the 15th century and preserves inside a cycle of frescoes by Girolamo Tessari and the altarpiece by Bonifacio dei Pitati figuring the Saint praying under the walnut tree. the practice of agriculture and political and military control. The church in Arcella stands at the door to the city gate. Anthony died on 13th June 1231. civil 58 engineering works and legislative measures a project to arrange the territory that was directed at favouring the settlement of local communities. In the countryside of Borgoricco. The neogothic building of the end of the 1800s is recognisable by a large cupola covered in copper plate and by the monumental bell-tower over 75 metres tall. at the end of which the temple was as we see it today. an example of an archeological centuriated landscape amongst the best preserved in Italy. an ancient canal bridge allows the Muson dei Sassi to pass over the Tergola river without mixing their waters. Anthony is preserved inside together with a wealth of artworks of strong religious and devotional significance. Leaving the waterway we enter the city following the cycle path to reach the Shrine of St. The Romans in the 1st century BC carried to completion with agricultural techniques. Inside the temple the “transit cell” is preserved. 5 . The Basilica of the Saint (photo 5) is the result of three reconstructions that followed on each other from 1238 to 1310. The tomb of St. the only evidence of the original medieval convent destroyed in the 16th century. Anthony at Arcella and the Basilica of the Saint. In Cadoneghe the Muson joins the Brenta and our itinerary meets that of the external river circuit.

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