The route E2 (63 km) allows you to complete the entire tour of the hill system. It is extraordinarily rich in points of interest. To fully enjoy  its many beauties, it is advisable to ride  the itinerary in two days.
Monselice is the ideal starting point. Here  you can visit  the beautiful via del Santuario, an historical street that winds following the slopes of the Rocca Hill.  Here in a short stretch of 500 meters you will admire the town castle and the  Jubilee Sanctuary of the Seven Churches that ends with the beautiful Villa Duodo. from here cycling southwards, we cross large reclamation areas where we find the Buzzaccarini-Benetti complex and shortly after Villa Barbaro. From this point, the view sweeps across the southern part of the Euganean Hills: in the background the highest peak of the Euganei, Mount Venda (601 meters),  and to the west the towers of the Este castle, can be identified. Crossing the wonderful historical town of Este, follow the Bisatto canal which in the locality of Bomba flanks an ancient furnace, now home to the Geo-paleontological Museum of the Euganean Hills, a precious spot for lovers of fossils and minerals. The itinerary continues towards Mount Lozzo, where stands the thirteenth-century castle of Valbona, and then ends in Vo Vecchio, among vineyards in an atmosphere of other times. The locality rises around the seventeenth-century Villa Contarini-Venier and preserves a particular arcaded square. Continue to   Bastia di Rovolon, here  you can pass by a magnificent dovecote tower to immerse yourself in the vineyards from which the famous red wines and the fragrant Fior d’Arancio are produced. At the end of the country road there is an easy climb to go down towards Montemerlo. We have now reached the north-east end of the Hills, where it is advisable to make a stop to visit the Abbey of Praglia, an authentic Renaissance jewel and an important center of Benedictine spirituality. The last stretch passes through the thermal baths of Abano and Montegrotto, European capitals of thermal care and well-being. Finally follow the Canale Battaglia embankment  soutwards. You will meet  some beautiful Venetian villas: the palladina Villa Molin,the imposing Catajo, the Villa Selvatico-Sartori and  and the Villa Emo with its typical Italian garden.