The Euganean’s hill ring: Padua by bike
One of the most beautiful Path in the Padua neighborhood, is the Euganean’s Hill Ring E2.
Much of the route of about 63 km flat follows the banks of the canals that surround the isolated group of hills. Encountered along this beautiful route every type of bicycle racing, mountain biking, family biking or touring. Pedaling at this time you can admire the spectacular scenery of the hills with the spring bloom but also meet a number of tourist destinations. The imposing Castle Catajo, Villa Emo with its beautiful garden and Villa Sartori-Selvatico are just some of the Venetian villas flanking this route.
The tour also allows you to visit the two walled cities Monselice and Este who witness a rich past. In Monselice you can visit the square, the castle and the nearby promenade Jubilee Sanctuary of the Seven Churches, in Este glimpses that are worth a stop are just as numerous: the tower, the residences and the castle Carrara.
And do not forget the Praglia Abbey, an authentic jewel of the Renaissance and an important center of Benedictine spirituality and situated in the north-east of the hills.(COVER FOTO)
By the ring of Euganean Hills is possible to reach the countries of the hills along cycle paths or roads with little traffic. Battaglia Terme we turn to Galzignano and Valsanzibio, where you can admire the garden of the historic Villa Barbarigo. Arquà Petrarca is reachable from Monselice. A bike path connects Este Baone while Bresseo from Teolo Luvigliano and you will reach the famous Villa dei Vescovi.
After the tour you can stay in comfortable accommodations with amenities to suit the needs of cyclists. Farmhouses surrounded by nature, hotels, bed and breakfasts in small towns or in the heart of Padua neighborhood Padua Only Bike make offers. In the service of those who love to enjoy the beauty of an area, along paths and roads on two wheels and then find comfort in the traditional and tasty local cuisine and the comfort of the most modern hotels and organized.
THE WEBSITE www.padovainbici.it is entirely dedicated to cyclists, offers descriptions and files of all GPS routes, itineraries and routes and paths of Padua Province.
The highways of reference are the A4 Milan-Venice if you come from the west and east, and the A13 Bologna-Padova for those arriving from the south.
all trains of the axes Milan-Venice and Bologna-Padova Venice stop. You can bring your own bike on trains national and regional. For further information, consult the Trenitalia website.
Treat yourself to an authentic moment in Padua, where quality and beauty are the rule!