What to see when staying at the Luxury Hotel Esplanade Tergesteo
The territory surrounding the Spa & Hotel Terme Esplanade Tergesteo – Luxury Retreat is an intertwined fabric of history, art and nature.
It tells of a glorious past, witnessed by the sumptuous Venetian villas, of a present of food and wine excellence and an eternal culture.
The Euganean Hills Regional Park is the ideal outpost for regenerating walks in nature, to visit Padua and discover its historic center and the masterpieces of Giotto, Venice and the Venetian villas.
Thanks to the strategic position in the center of the Veneto Region and the proximity to motorway junctions and the railway station, the most interesting destinations in the area will be easily and quickly reachable.
Our hotel is located right at the foot of the Euganean Hills Regional Park, featuring gentle slopes of volcanic origin, vineyards, centuries-old forests and medieval villages, ideal for walks, hikes and sporting activities.
Riviera del Brenta
Along the Brenta river, you can admire extraordinary villas during a boat or bicycle trip, for a leap into the past and to relive the splendour of the ancient Venetian lords and ladies.
A fascinating historic centre characterized by numerous artisan goldsmith shops, the Palladian Basilica and the Olympic Theatre, with the Berici Hills as a backdrop.
The city of Romeo and Juliet is known all over the world not only thanks to Shakespeare, but also for the spectacular Arena and its historic centre set on the river Adige.
Just 15 minutes by car from the hotel, you can reach the characteristic historic centre of Padua, with its Prato della Valle, the Basilica of Sant'Antonio, famous squares and arcades.
Reachable in just 40 minutes by train from Montegrotto Terme, the world’s most unique floating city on the lagoon needs no introduction. Lose yourself in its narrow alleys and squares.
Colline del Prosecco
For a trip out of town amid Prosecco bubbles, verdant nature and local food and wine delights, in the UNESCO World Heritage hills of the Marca Trevigiana area.
The largest lake in Italy between Veneto, Trentino and Lombardy is worth a visit for its characteristic hamlets and points of interest along the coast as well as for the amusement parks.