any spas in northern italy?

Feb 13th, 2000, 12:29 PM
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Rebecca
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any spas in northern italy?

My fiance and I are going to Italy for our honeymoon (Lake Como, Cinque Terre) and are interested in visiting a spa. Are there any nice ones in these areas? Thanks.
 
Feb 13th, 2000, 06:13 PM
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BOB THE NAVIGATOR
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Hello Rebecca, Your trip seems to be coming right along. Some of the best
spas in Europe are at Abano/Montegrotto
just south of Padua and near Venice.
 
Feb 14th, 2000, 09:03 AM
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Hi, Bob-- your advice in this forum is really helping me to plan my March trip. I will need to return to the Venice area from Tuscany for one night before my early morning flight home, and may have a car (unless I return it in Florence and train to Venice). Any idea how far Montegrotto and Abano Terme are from the Venice airport?
 
Feb 14th, 2000, 09:41 AM
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Dona
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Sue,

Abano is 56 km (34 mi.)and Montegrotto Terme is 49 km (29 mi.) from Venice...

Dona
 
Feb 14th, 2000, 09:45 AM
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Very famous spa town is Montecatini Terme in Tuscany. Probably the most famous in Italy. Should be reachable from the Cinque Terre.
 
Feb 14th, 2000, 11:36 AM
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... and you would have an extra bonus, Sue: March (as July) is very low season in Abano and Montegrotto Terme. You don't need to make any reservations. Just drive to a hotel, have a look and NEGOTIATE the rate. In the past, we were able to negotiate Lit 65,000/person on a 3-star resort hotel (2 doubles and a single) including a very good breakfast. Depending on the available time, you may even consider a TRAIN trip to Venice (50 minutes from Montegrotto). If you elect a visit to Padua instead, it doesn't pay to use the car (the trip takes longer than by train and you'll still have to find a parking spot). The train from Montegrotto takes only 9 minutes. Abano is somewhat more upscale ... if you intend to use the train for a trip, though, Montegrotto is more convenient because some trains don't stop in Abano.

In your case, Rebecca, Montecatini indeed seems to be the most appropriate choice.

Paulo
 

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