A constantly changing landscape

The desire of discovering new places meets the satisfaction to know them.

The land surrounding Terme Esplanade Tergesteo SPA & Hotel is a plot of history, art and nature. It tells of wine and food excellence, typical fragrances and unforgettable views.
In addition to the nature of the Euganean Hills, there are many cities rich in historical landmarks such as Padova with Giotto’s masterpieces, Venice and the Brenta Riviera, Verona and the Garda Lake, Vicenza and the villas by Palladio: all of which is easy to get to as the hotel is near the motorway entrances of Terme Euganee (A13 motorway Bologna-Padova) and Padova Ovest (A4 motorway); therefore, many art cities in other Italian regions are easy to reach in a short time to immerse yourself in culture.



Vicenza has a fascinating old town centre, characterised by the Basilica Palladiana, the Teatro Olimpico, charming streets and small squares.

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You can reach the lagoon city with only 40 minutes by train: the railway station “Terme Euganee Abano Montegrotto” is a stone's throw from our hotel!

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Riviera del Brenta

A natural extension of the Grand Canal, the River Brenta has always been the jewel in the crown of the area between Padua and Venice: the Riviera del Brenta, a unique combination of history, culture, art and landscapes.

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Padua is known as the " City of the Saint " thanks to the fourteenth-century Basilica of St. Anthony, just a short walk from Prato della Valle and the medieval town centre, with its evocative squares, porticoes and the Palazzo della Ragione (the “Salone”).

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Hotel Esplanade Tergesteo
Via Roma 54
35036 Montegrotto Terme (PD) Italy
Phone: +39.0498911777
Fax: +39.0498910488
E-Mail: info@esplanadetergesteo.it


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