Colli Euganei in Padua
Colli Euganei (Euganei hills) are located in the southern side of Padua: they’re 600 metres tall, but they represent an important exception in the Po Valley (Pianura Padana).
They’re volcanic hills: many thermal water places around them prove its origins. Those sites are ancient, because they were important thermail sites during the Roman Emperor, when it was considered the right place for entairtainment and health therapy.
These hills presents conical rocks (typical in volcanic places) with scientific names such as basalts. This kind of rock is especially used in buildings thanks to its resistance and solidity.
Today Euganean basin is an area that collects 170 hotels specialize in bathrooms and care.
These waters, defined chloride, bromide and iodide, are an important attraction for the zone.