In the land of St. Anthony of Padua GB28

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Tipologia Viaggio:

( I ) Itinerant – ( M ) Margherita – ( V ) Bike in Villas (new: a margherita trip based in sophisticated places, particular locations, farms, period residences, villas, castles where you can live at home and not as guests of a hotel).

Difficulty level:

( E ) Easy ( M ) Medio ( C ) Challenging

Tipology of bicycle:

( BDC ) Racing bike

( CTB ) Citybike or Trekking Bike with at least 21 gears

( MTB ) Mountain Bike

( GRV) Gravel

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3 days
Availability : on request
Max People : 40

The province of Padua, rich in treasures and waiting to be discovered, along the path named after Saint Anthony, in the heart of the places where the saint lived, rich in history and culture, surrounded by luxuriant nature and paths to be discovered.

Difficulty level ( E,M,C ): E
Daily kilometres: 60
Type of bike: CTB e MTB
Trip type: (M) margherita
Type of tour : Guided
Minimum participants: 6
Booking before: 20 July

Early booking discount: 5% for those who book 60 days before the departure.


Details of the tour In the Land of St. Anthony of Padua

This bike tour allows you to discover the province of Padua along the path named after St Anthony, in the heart of the places where the saint lived, discovering routes through history and culture without giving up the lush nature of the surroundings.

Camposampiero was the town that hosted the “Saint”, as he was friendly called by the Paduans for almost all of his life. St. Anthony arrived in Padua only when he was on the point of death; in fact, he left Camposampiero along a path that today takes his name and headed for Padua where he died.

From Camposampiero, as well as this famous route of the Saint, there are also other beautiful cycle paths that allow you to visit numerous historical, naturalistic and monumental sites.



The price includes

  • Organisation and telephone assistance for all the 2-day itineraries
  • Overnight stay in a double room with half board in a 3-star hotel
  • Third party liability and accident insurance

The price does not include

  • Lunches and snacks during the day
  • everything not specified under the heading the fee includes


  • Surcharge for single rooms (€20.00 per night, on request when booking)
  • Muscle bike hire on request
  • e-bike rental supplement €20
  • tourist tax to be settled at the hotel where required


Travel programme


Arrival at the hotel on Friday afternoon, in the evening the tour leader will contact you for a presentation of the tours and a description of the routes.

Day 2 (Km 60)Camposampiero-Padova

Along the path of St. Anthony, we will reach Padua, the city is surrounded by rivers and can be circumnavigated thanks to a ring of river cycling, but our goal is the city centre with its beautiful squares, palaces, the university that has given so much to Padua.
After a visit to the city centre, we head towards the Brenta Riviera to reach one of the most magical places on the tour, i.e., the beautiful Villa Pisani in Stra, a royal palace that hosted – among others – Napoleon and that houses frescoes by the most famous painters of the Venetian Republic.

Day 3 (Km 50) Camposampiero Cittadella

The second excursion takes us to Cittadella, a fortified town with well-preserved walls and the highest wall walk in Europe. This town was built to defend Padua’s territories at the time of the Ezzelini family, who dominated the Treviso area; the defensive walls are surrounded by a moat that still exists today.

Along secondary roads immersed in the Brenta Park we will then reach the cycle path that will take us back to Camposampiero.

How to get there

How to get to the base and starting point, Hotel Pino Verde Camposampiero (Pd)

NB: we advise you to set the destination address on your navigator or Google Maps.

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