The Euganean Hills are 19,000 hectares of regional park in the heart of Veneto. Enjoy the enchanting nature, discover the history and culture, local cuisine or enjoy a variety of sports.
But... there is more! The Euganean Hills are surrounded by some of Italy's greatest, richest historical cities. You are only one hour away from Venice, Verona, Ferrara, Vincenza and Bologna.
A close net of paths crossing the Euganean Hills lead you to ancient abbeys, characteristic villages and beautiful views.
Travel into the past through the walled cities of Montagnana, Este and Monselice visiting castles, musea and monumental flower gardens. Admire the cycles of frescos in peaceful abbeys, monasteries and shrines.
The ideal place for any outdoors sports, such as jogging, trekking, cycling, mountain biking and horse trekking. The environments characteristics, woods, paths, ways and climbing walls (Rocca Pendice), make this place a paradise for those who love nature and want to spend some time surrounded by greenery.
From the pre-Alps, the salt-bromide-iodic water rises after a long journey at a temperature of 87° C. The water is enriched with mineral salt which make it suitable to the treatment and prevention of a large number of diseases such as inflammatory pathologies, arthitis, arthorosis, osteoporosis, respiratory system diseases and more.
You will find the Euganean Hills scattered with bars, trattoria and ristorante where you can enjoy the finest Italian cuisine for an affordable price. Always with fresh, local ingredients and inspired by the season. Or, if you aspire to become a real Italian chef yourself, you can buy seasonal ingredients at the local shops or even straight from the field.
"Undoubtedly the most beautiful city built by man". Venice is built on a group of 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges. The historical regatta, the Biennial exhibition, the most unique carnival in the world...
Founded in 1183 BC by Trojan prince Antenor, it hosts the almost 800 years old University of Padua which had Galileo Galilei among its lecturers. Visit the Basilica of Saint Antony, built in the fourteenth century...