Adige cycle path in Austria and Italy.
With its 415 km, the Adige is the second longest river in Italy. It rises in the Alpine region of South Tyrol, flows through Upper Italy and flows into the Adriatic Sea. The Adige is embedded in the beautiful Adige Valley, which leads you from one postcard motif to the next with its well-known cycle path. Imposing mountain massifs, glittering ice worlds, idyllic vineyards and rich orchards characterise the cycle route to Lake Garda. Here a wonderful boat trip from the north shore to the south shore awaits you. Through the Po Valley, the cycle route leads to interesting and famous cities such as Verona, known for literature's most famous lovers Romeo and Juliet and the largest amphitheatre of antiquity, and on to Vicenza and Padua, the city of St. Anthony. Abano-Terme, one of Italy's most famous spas and numerous Venetian villas line your path and offer excellent photo opportunities.