The cycling route between Vittorio Veneto and Serravalle is easy, and we star from the center of Vittorio Veneto.
Vittorio Veneto was founded in 1866 by King Vittorio Emanuele II who decides to join two villages with ancient origins: Ceneda and Serravalle.
Serravalle was one of the most important centers of the Venetian mainland. Characterized by ancient streets and squares, with venetian style buildings, this site is intact and preserves churches and buildings of great historical and artistic importance.
The center of Ceneda has ancient origins and well preserved palaces. Its important monuments is the San Martino Castle, former residence of the Bishops of Ceneda. Since 1597 lived in Ceneda a small Jewish community which became prosperous during the eighteenth century and which also gave birth to Lorenzo da Ponte, who later became the librettist of Mozart.