Battaglia Terme (Veneto)

Battaglia Terme is a town and comune in the Veneto region of Italy, in the province of Padua.

Battaglia lies at the easternmost edge of the volcanic Euganean Hills, and has been noted for its warm saline springs and natural vapour grotto since the Middle Ages.

The construction of the navigable Battaglia canal in the early 13th century brought traffic and growth to the town which commanded a central position at the confluence of several canals in the network of barge traffic that linked Este and Padua, the Adriatic, the Lagoon of Venice and the north by means of the Brenta Canal, the canalized Bacchiglione and the Adige.

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Who knew giblets could make something this good? Though this sauce is made of oft-discarded poultry parts, it’s a refined delicacy with deep, rich flavor. 


Wrap your hands around a bowl of pasta e fasoi, Venetian-style pasta, and bean soup, rich and nourishing and as murky as La Serenissima herself but much better-tasting.


A beloved classic from Venice, this dish is perfect for spring when fresh peas abound and can easily be adapted for vegetarians.


Bigoli (or bigoi in the Veneto dialect) are a thick, spaghetti-like pasta typical of the Veneto and eastern Lombardy.

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@barryahoy asks:

More of a comment than a question. I lived in Italy (Latina) for about a year (1979 and 1980). During that time I visited Venice roughly three times through out the seasons. During each visit, I was able to walk on St Mark's Square without getting my feet wet.

@Debdilo asks:

Heading to Italy for the first time at the end of April of this year.  Venice, Florence and Rome.  We are seeing most of the suggested sites.  Anything special that we should definately do or see?   Traveling by train to Florence and then to Rome.   Going to a food tour, and Tuscany for a wine to

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How to travel from Marco Polo Airport to the Venice Mestre train terminal?