It is impossible not to fall in love with the timeless charm of the Euganean Hills, where the pace of life seems to slow down, giving new harmony to the spirit.
Come and discover the charm of the Euganean area through the masterpieces of art.
In the thermal baths of Abano and Montegrotto and in the Euganean Hills you will find many testimonies of historical and artistic interest, such as ancient villas, castles, archaeological areas, places full of meaning that tell stories.
The landscape, which has always been represented by the harmonious dialogue between Man and Nature, becomes even more precious, thanks to works of extreme beauty that still exist and others that are told to us through the numerous museums in the area.
A series of interesting historical monuments, sculptural and architectural works that testify to the richness and importance of the artistic heritage of the Euganean territory, from the Euganean Hills to the Spas of Abano and Montegrotto, from Padua to its Province.
Cities of art
The Euganean Hills are a stone's throw from Padua and are the ideal starting point for numerous trips to the most famous cities of art and their historical monuments.
Villages and walled towns
The province of Padua and the Euganean Hills offer a landscape imbued with the mysterious charm of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Castles and fortifications
The imposing castles and fortresses in the province of Padua are splendid examples of fortified structures rich in history and art, built in strategic positions to defend the surrounding territory.
Veneto region is studded with numerous architectural gems from different eras: sumptuous mansions built on top of medieval constructions, ancient administrative centres in the countryside or summer residences, neoclassical villas and monumental examples of celebrations of powerful Venetian families.
The history of the Euganean Hills is known today thanks to the numerous archaeological discoveries that have been made here. Thanks to the excavations, the civilisations that inhabited them are now known.
The art of 'making by hand' gives rise to true excellence in the Euganean area...