Itinerary connecting Milan with Ponte Barche through Abbiategrasso.Read More
Itinerary connecting the Certosa of Pavia with Belgioioso, through San Genesio.Read More
The GreenWay Itinerary goes from the ravishing Certosa di Pavia to the historic town centre of Pavia, through Montemanio and Mirabello.Read More
It is a loop itinerary with excellent starting points for visiting an area that men started changing in the Middle Ages. A man-made landscape, also defined as "A plain all turned over, and almost remade by our bare hands"Read More
The Via Verde della Battaglia is a green corridor constructed in a workmanlike manner that leads to the heart of PaviaRead More
This itinerary connects the rural landscape, crossed by the Naviglio di Bereguardo, with the natural landscape of the Ticino river valleyRead More
This itinerary covers the last part of the Naviglio Grande, the most ancient of the canals creating the system of the Navigli (canals) of MilanRead More
This itinerary runs along the route of the Naviglio Pavese from Milan to the Ticino riverRead More
After Orio Litta we reach the Guado of Sigerico, the "Transitum Padi", where walking pilgrims are transported to the other bank. The cycling itinerary follows the bank of the Po instead,Read More
The leg runs across the alluvial plain around Pavia, where we come across the carachteristic fluvial terraces near S.Lazzaro and Belgioioso. Interesting architectural attestations along the path,Read More
From the Saint Albino Abbey, founded in the fifth century and later restored, now a leg point for the pilgrims who come from Mortara,Read More
The first part of the leg runs along the bank of river Sesia, through poplar trees and rice fields. From Palestro a little trafficked provincial road leads to Robbio.Read More
This alternative route is recommended during periods of flood of the river Po, when the ferry service along the river is suspended.Read More
During this leg we flank the low reliefs dotted with vineyards on the hill of S. Colombano and, crossing the city centre of Miradolo Terme,
This leg crosses the alluvial plain of the Basso Pavese, where we encounter the characteristic river terraces near S. Lazzaro, Belgioioso, and S. Cristina.
The first section of the route to the confluence with the Ticino includes the beautiful countryside of Pavia, which is crossed by several canalsRead More
This is a very short leg which passes into the flat countryside of Lomellina, following wide roads in the first section and grassy sheep tracksRead More
The first section of the route follows the bank of the Sesia, through poplar trees and rice fields.
From Palestro follow the narrow banks which cross the flooded fields.