If you visit Padua, you have the option of considering a visit to the Colli Euganei. They are a series of land features of volcanic origin, and they have become a Regional Park in 1989. They host a number of hot springs centered near Abano and Montegrotto. They are part of a larger area, which along with other locales, is the largest thermal site in Europe. Their waters were known way-way back to the Romans who called them: “acquae patavine”, that is the “waters of Padua”.
This is an added reason to set aside another day for culture and relaxation.
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