The guide, practical and handy, will soon be available in the tourist offices of the Asolo and the province of Padua. An ideal cycling route for the summer







From Asolo to Padua by bike: ready the new tourist guide dedicated to the bike path

ASOLO  “Guide to the Asolo-Padova cycle path”: this is the title of the book that will be available in the tourist offices of our province in a few days to tell all the interested cyclists the secrets and routes of the cycle path that connects Asolo to Padua.

The map, created following the lines of the tourist graphics coordinated with the Veneto Region , is a very interesting tourist route for the territory of the IPA of Asolo and Monte Grappa. The cycle route connects the area of ​​the Solano to the Pedemontana through the Ezzelini path that starts from Asolo, with the Camino del Santo which instead connects Camposampiero to Padua along the Muson course, and the Treviso-Ostiglia cycle route and therefore the stretch between Treviso and Vicenza.

From Asolo it is also possible to reach the famous seaside resort of Jesolo , following the cycle tracks: Sentiero degli Ezzelini, Treviso – Ostiglia and the Greenway del Sile. 120 km from the hills to the sea, through wonderful landscapes, naturalistic sceneries and rich in history. “This type of tourism – says mayor Mauro Migliorini – is an alternative and increasingly complementary to the traditional one, based on guided tours and places of historical and artistic interest.Tourism is an ecological and refined way of traveling and getting to know the territory requires physical preparation and knowledge of the paths available and in return offers emotions that can hardly be experienced by other means “. “Discover Asolo by bike –comments Gerardo Pessetto, Councilor for Tourism – it is an experience of lightness and well-being, and pedaling you collect memories and emotions that will last over time. There are numerous itineraries and excursions in the lands of Asolo and Monte Grappa, which can make you discover other particularly evocative corners of the territory, perhaps savoring our local products, or visiting a museum, a church, a castle, a villa. ” the arrival of the summer, the new guide will certainly be useful for many tourists and bicycle enthusiasts.