Following an ancient route, we will pedal the rolling hills of Prosecco from Marostica to Conegliano and onto timeless Venice, where the trip culminates in the famously renowned city of canals. En route, we’ll make a foray into Valdobbiadene and perfectly preserved medieval Bassano del Grappa, the region home to radicchio, asparagus, risotto and tiramisu. In this region, the culinary adventures are as extraordinary as the scenery!
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You will be picked up in either Verona, Vincenza or Venice and will travel by car to Bassano del Grappa where you will enjoy a lunch of fresh pasta and local vino in the main piazza. After lunch ride to Asolo, a medieval town with an outstanding mountain setting. Tonight, we'll gather for cocktails at the hotel's stunning garden before dinner.
Ride through the rolling hills of Colli Asolani towards Forcella Mostaccin and through the verdant Asolo hills. We will stop to visit Villa Barbaro, an beautiful 16thC villa and will enjoy lunch in Monfumo at a wonderful little restaurant with an open terrace and an amazing view.
This morning we pedal past vineyards where prosecco, the tasty sparkling wine, is produced. Pass through the little villages of Santo Stefano and San Pietro in Barbozza before stopping for lunch at Clemy, our favourite spot in the area. Continue the ride to our hotel which lies steps away from the Abbey of Follina.
Explore the eastern side of the Prosecco hills towards Conegliano. The road takes us through many small towns before we arrive at a cozy relais overlooking the charming hills for a hands-on cooking lesson on preparing gnocchi.
Pedal along the banks of the Adige River to Chioggia, a coastal town by the sea. Stroll among the canals before boarding a local ferry for a short ride into the lagoon and the utterly traditional island of Pellestrina. Our ride ends at the northern side of Lido Island where we'll enjoy the Venetian "skyline" over refreshments. Arrivederci!VIEW MAP CLOSE Want to see a full
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