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Parco Regionale dei Colli Euganei

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Parco Regionale dei Colli Euganei

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Medieval castles walled towns, Renaissance villas, ceramic, south Euganean Hills
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Medieval castles walled towns, Renaissance villas, ceramic, south Euganean Hills

Full day excursion in the Southern Euganean Hills, in the province of Padua, between the medieval towns of Montagnana and Monselice. The visit of these 2 towns is with professional licensed local guides that you will meet when you will arrive on spot.
US$689.99 per adult
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wherewego.cityhideout wrote a review Jun 2019
Zagreb, Croatia1,543 contributions201 helpful votes
There are a lot of small undiscovered beautiful places in the Parco regional worth of visit. So if you love nature spend even a few days in exploring everything that park offer. We did not have so much time, we have only one day unfortunately
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Bluebellplasnewydd wrote a review May 2019
Cardiff, United Kingdom1,192 contributions521 helpful votes
Near Padua and within driving distance of Venice this area has an unusual geological appearance. Set in the flat Po valley bed it is an extremely fertile land interrupted by numerous high hills. You will journey through vineyards and hilltop villages on tiny roads with plenty of cyclists. There are good restaurants arounds and quiet walks in the hills where you are likely not to see anyone else. There are also spa towns but not really many foreign tourists. An undiscovered area that you should visit.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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FTMDave wrote a review Oct 2018
Adria, Italy4,247 contributions333 helpful votes
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This is a gorgeous area, full of small villages, medieval churches and a vast number of magnificent restaurants (the locals talk about how good the food is on the Colli). Loads of walking and cycling possibilities. Good to visit in the summer for some fresh air and to escape from the stifling plain below.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Oscar860 wrote a review Aug 2018
Ipswich, United Kingdom494 contributions50 helpful votes
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You cannot really do a National Park justice by a short visit and a small review. The drive into the mountains is spectacular, with winding roads and hairpin bends for an exhilarating drive. There are walks aplenty in tranquil woods with stunning scenery and views over olive groves and vineyards. There are picnic areas available on the walks we did and the walks vary in both length and difficulty. There are walks for tourists through to experienced hikers so anyone can enjoy this beautiful part of Italy.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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bathtravel123 wrote a review Apr 2017
Bath, Maine319 contributions133 helpful votes
The regional forestry service maintains an extensive network of trails that provide beauty and tranquility for the visitor who has the time to thoroughly take in the environment and all it has to offer. One sees the flora which is somewhat unique to the area. Some of the trailheads can be challenging to find, but after a satisfying nature walk, one can enjoy a glass of wine at a local Enoteca.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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