Religiöse Route Vicenza

Sie können die Touren mit den Routen entdecken, Informationen über die verschiedenen Attraktionen und Möglichkeiten erhalten – verbunden mit einer zuverlässigen Auskunft über die Erreichbarkeit all dieser Örtlichkeiten. Diese Information wird laufend am aktuellen Stand gehalten.

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Die religiöse Route folgt generell einem Abschnitt der alten Jakobswege: „Via Vicezia“, ebenfalls entlang dem Radweg der Riviera Berica, welcher jenem folgt. Die Route ist voll von Kirchen, Klöstern und Wallfahrtskapellen, umgeben von einer wunderschönen Landschaft aus Gebirgsausläufern.

Die Route die ca. 42 km lang ist, beginnt im Zentrum von Vicenza und endet in Villaga; sie verläuft durch sieben weitere Gemeinden im Süden der Stadt: Longara, Debba, Longare, Castegnero, Nanto, Mossano and Barbarano Vicentino.

Der erste Teil führt vom historischen Zentrum der Stadt Vicenza zum Dorf von Longara, wo man historisch und kulturell wichtige religiöse Gebäude besichtigen kann. Dieser erste Teil der Riviera Berica wird erweitert durch die pallladianische Villa La Rotonda und die Villa Valmarana ai Nani.

Der zentrale Abschnitt der Route ist der Weg durch die Gebirgsausläufer, geprägt durch eine markante Landschaft von weitem Umland und Weingärten. Die Route verläuft durch das antike Dorf Costozza um das Dorf Lumignano zu erreichen, welches für seine Kalkwände berühmt ist; ein Paradies für Kletterer, und führt sich fort innerhalb von berühmten Weingütern und Kirschbäumen. Der letzte Teil der Route ist voll von Möglichkeiten für die Entspannung: von der Einsiedlerhöhle von San Bernardino, durch das historische Zentrum Barbarano Vincentino, bis hin zum wunderschönen Kreuzgang des Klosters San Pancrazio.

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Auf einer vorläufigen Liste finden die Besuch Interessenspunkte, die auf der Route besichtigt werden können. Mit dem bis Ende Juni 2017 fertiggestellten Intermodalen Journey Planner, wird es möglich sein alle Attraktionen auf einer interaktiven Karte zu sein, und Informationen über die Interessenspunkte zu bekommen, die aus Informationen über deren Zugänglichkeitsmerkmalen bestehen, um je nach Autonomie die passenden Einrichtungen und Wege zu wählen.

Während wir an der deutschen Übersetzung der italienischen Touren arbeiten, steht diese Information nur auf Englisch zur Verfügung.

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Touristische Sehenswürdigkeiten

Santa Corona Sanctuary

The Santa Crown complex in Vicenza is one of the most important churches in the city – built in the second half of the 13th century and enriched over the centuries by numerous works of art.

S. Lorenzo Temple

The church of San Lorenzo is a place for Catholic worship in Vicenza, built at the end of the 13th century in Gothic style, in its Lombard-Padan version.

St. Mary of Mount Berico

The Church of St. Mary of Mount Berico is a Roman Catholic and minor basilica. The church is a Marian shrine, and stands at the top of a hill which overlooks the city. According to the legend, the Blessed Virgin appeared on the hill twice to a peasant worker: the first time in1426, the second in 1428.

Lumignano Church

The church was built it the 1937 in Romanesque style, with a Renaissance front.

Castegnero Church

Church dedicated to San Giorgio, built in the fifteenth century, on the site where the castle of Castegnero was previously located. Repeatedly embellished with improvement measures, it owes its present appearance to the restoration carried out in the 19th century.

Pegoraro

The winery was founded in 1927 and since then it performs all the manufacturing steps with respect for the land and traditions, from the care of the vineyard, the grape harvest by hand, from fermentation to bottling. Specialties of the cellar are Tai Rosso, Rovea, the Brut Rosé, Tai, Cabernet,Moscato and Pinot.

Barbarano Church

The church stood on this site since the first centuries of the spread of Christianity and was then rebuilt in 1004 and completed in 1747. It was decorated in 1935. In the niches of the facade there are two statues: St. Peter and St. Paul. Inside there is an 18th century compass and the marble holy water font of Chiampo from 1538; the church contains valuable works, such as a Greek marble sculpture depicting the Madonna and Child Enthroned. On the side of the nave there are six baroque altars. The bell tower, with a square plan, originates from the 13th century.

Villa S.Giantofetti Rigon

Designed by Francesco Oliviera around the middle of the sixteenth century, Villa Sangiantofetti-Rigon is the result of a series of renovations and extensions of a building which was one of the many „Dominical Homes“ owned by the Traverso family in Barbarano Vicentino. Today, it is private Villa which can be visited on appointment. It has a large garden, a small church and a Portico dedicated to events and weddings.

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Restaurants

Le 4 Stagioni

Restaurant bar which also organizes evening events on summer weekends.

Casa dei Lumi

The house is a former parish asylum from the ’40s, fully restored. It offers hospitality with 10/13 beds and breakfast service buffet. Today is a meeting place for climbers, walkers and hikers offering local dishes accompanied by local wines and craft beers. The property also includes 5 rooms with private bathrooms.

Antica trattoria al Sole

Traditional cuisine restaurant.

Ristorante ai Canonici

Restaurant, serving traditional cuisine of the Berici Hills.

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Unterkünfte

Casa dei Lumi

The house is a former parish asylum from the ’40s, fully restored. The property includes 5 rooms with private bathrooms, offering hospitality with 10/13 beds and breakfast service buffet. Today it is a meeting place for climbers, walkers and hikers offering local dishes accompanied by local wines and craft beers.

Convent Padri Francescani S.Pancrazio

The origin of the building dates back to 1501, when the community donated to the Congregation of the Franciscans of the hill the site of an earlier church, so that they could build their church and monastery. In 1930 the convent was enlarged and a new wing was built with 38 cells. In 1982 the monastery was also renovated as the new home of the Novitiate. The church houses a terracotta sculpture of the Virgin and Child, valuable work of the late fifteenth century. At the center of the cloister there is the sixteenth-century well, set in a rectangular plan, with interesting reliefs on all four sides.

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Infrastruktur

Bike Point Bericando

Tourist information point, bike rental and bar. Along the cycling path there is Bike Point Bericando where you can find maps and tourism information, a bike stand with tools for self-repair; bike rental and bar for refreshments. Bikes for rent include trekking bikes (specific bikes for cycle tourism) and special bicycles such as: tricycle, tandems, hand bikes and e-bikes. For those who prefer an organised experience, it is possible to hire local expert guides to accompany tourists on bikes.


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