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During the summer months, motorcyclists and motor enthusiasts have a real passion for Bassano del Grappa. The landscapes, the curves, the pleasant roads to drive: everything seems like an invitation to wear a helmet and get in the saddle.
The Mount Grappa, known for the battles between the Italian and the Austro-Hungarian army during the First World War, not only offers magnificent landscapes, but also good food, culture and art. The best time to do this tour is summer because, in addition to having fun between hairpin bends and breathtaking views, the huts and alpine pastures are in full activity and only in this period you can enjoy the typical dairy products and cheeses of the territory that you can hardly taste elsewhere.
If you want to discover the Veneto region, in particular the area of Bassano del Grappa, and love engines, we would like to suggest you some itineraries to do by motorbike.
Bassano del Grappa is about seventy kilometers from Pedavena. The route also passes through Mount Grappa and you can do it by one way or another and discover both sides of the mountain. The roads are in good condition, just a bit tortuous. Towards Romano d’Ezzelino you will find the beautiful Palladian villas. You can choose between the SP140 road wanted by Cadorna, or the SP148. Both offer wonderful views and lead to the Mount Grappa Shrine. From the Shrine you then go down to the beautiful Feltre, famous for its Piazza Maggiore and its villas. Once in Pedavena, the last stage of the route, do not miss the famous brewery, founded in 1896, where you can have something to eat and of course have some great beer.
A very nice itinerary, about 50 kilometers, that you can follow to get by motorbike to Cima Grappa is the one that passes through Possagno, along the panoramic road that touches Monte Tomba, Monte Palon and Malga Mure. From Bassano you have to go towards Possagno crossing Romano D’Ezzelino and Semonzo. Although some roads leave from here to reach Cima Grappa, we suggest you to continue to Possagno. Here is the wonderful Temple of Canova which, if you are passionate about art, is worth a visit. From Possagno you have to get to Pederobba and here climb along Via Tomba, to the top of the mountain. From Monte Tomba you can head towards Malga Mure. Here the road softens, and plunges into the green. From Malga Mure you reach Cima Grappa. You can finally decide to go down through various routes: Semonzo, Romano d’Ezzelino, Seren del Grappa or go down to Paderno from Salto della Capra, an ancient mule track now completely paved.
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