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Hiking across the Euganean Hills

# DescriptionREF. EXC_EUGAN

The Euganean Hills are located in a regional park known for its beauty and hot springs. Hot water springs helped create the multitude of spa towns that have existed here since Roman times, as the ancient ruins attest. The region is also known for its vineyards. With your guide, you’ll first hike to Mount Calbarina (446 feet/136 m in altitude) to take in the magnificent view of the Lago della Costa. Your hike will continue through the forest to Mount Piccolo (1,037 feet/316 m in altitude). The trail leads to the medieval village of Arqua Petrarca, one of the most picturesque hamlets in Italy, located at the foot of both Monte Piccolo and Monte Ventolone. The poet Petrarch lived the final four years of his life here. We’ll see his home and his tomb in front of the church.


  • Please wear comfortable, sturdy walking shoes.
  • Hike: Approx. 4.3 miles (7 km); Elevation gain: 919 feet (280 m).
  • The times and orders of the visits are for informational purposes only and can change.


This shore excursion is available for one or several cruises

From the Canals of Venice to Renaissance-infused Mantua

VENICE - CHIOGGIA - PORTO VIRO - Padua(1) - CANDA - OSTIGLIA - Verona(1) - MANTUA - Cremona(1) - MANTUA - Venice

From Venice to Mantua, enjoy a unique cruise. The region of Veneto opens its doors and invites you to discover Venice, famous Saint Mark's Square and Doge's Palace, the official residence of Venetian dukes. Lombardy welcomes you next with its breathtaking and varied panoramas. You'll visit unique cities such as romantic Mantua and Cremona, Claudio Monteverdi's and Stradivarius's birthplace.

REF. MAV ( reverse directionSEE THE FILE )
Next departures:  31/03/2024, 16/04/2024
7 Days
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