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50 GOOD REASONS FOR VISITING THE POLESINE

50, like the towns of the province of Rovigo, 50 places to be discovered, suitable for a stop-over, maybe only a brief visit, but it will be well worth it. Here everything fits into the puzzle that is the Polesine.  Many different pieces-each indispensible and precious-fit together to make up a unique image which is distinctive yet little known and therefore, much more fascinating.  There are small quiet villages that for their very nature will charm the most attentive visitor, who open to their subtle beauty, will be captivated. 

Here one’s emotions are called to the forefront and when asked to enter into close contact with nature, with its slow and magical rhythms; the visitor’s curiosity is also engaged in discovering the small but great treasures of the area, the artistic, architectural and historical artefacts that are scattered among each of the 50 pieces of the puzzle. One’s taste buds are tickled by the many local specialities to be found here only, made with the most special ingredient, tradition.  This tradition becomes fun and cheer during the local events and exhibitions which make up a rich calendar of culture and entertainment.  So come and discover the 50 good reasons to visit the Polesine and put each piece of the puzzle into place.
The final picture will amaze you! 

In delineating the tourist and artistic itineraries, an unusual aim has been to highlight the most important feature of the territory, that is, the route that crosses and follows the rivers, one that has shaped the Polesine historically.  For this reason, a longitudinal direction has been preferred along several parallel rivers: Firstly, along the Adigetto, where most of the main towns of the Polesine lie, then along the Adige, a relatively narrow stretch of water compared to the territory which borders on the province of Padua, then the Canalbianco (white canal) and lastly, the Po, which after crossing the length of the Polesine, branches off into its wide delta to reach the sea.


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