Cycling

OP02 - Villages of the Casalasco region

Surrounded by the landscape of the quiet plains of Cremona, pedal through the charming villages of the Casalasco - Gussola, S. Daniele Po, S. Martino del Lago - and many other towns bearing evocative names.

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OP03 - Postumia Casalasca

Against the backdrop of dense forest vegetation that follows the banks of the Delmona canal, and thins out as you go inland, we step back in the past, to discover our most ancient roots.

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OP04 - The routes in the middle

A well designed canal network extends throughout the harmonious land between Oglio and Po rivers, a tangible sign of the drainage patiently carried out by man over the centuries.

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OP05 - Eridano itinerary

Leave the city mayhem behind to delve in the hearth of the Po Valley, where the everyday life is characterised by the peace of the countryside and a timeless feel that persists in the farms' courtyards,

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OP06 - Oglio south

The sinuous path of the river Oglio guides us in this pleasant journey, unfolding between olde-worlde sites, edges of wetlands rich in vegetation and aquatic fauna, and small villages that sprung up in the vicinity of the river.

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OP07 - The cremonese Oglio

Once again, the waters of the Oglio river, while shaping the landscape along their path, seem to attempt to soften the memories of the disputes over this borderland due to the presence of different dominations, often in conflict with each other.

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OP08 - The Large Ring - I stage

From Casalmaggiore, full of curiosities and museums such as the Sanctuary of the Fountain and the Estense Tower, walk along the banks of the Po to Fossacaprara, where the parish of San Lorenzo martire ( St. Lawrence Martyr) is worth a stop.

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OP08 - The Large Ring - III stage

From Ostiano, following the route "L'Oglio cremonese" proceed south to Cappella de' Picenardi. Quiet country roads lead to Cella Dati where the majestic Villa Dati is located.

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