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Located in Padua in the Veneto region, this quaint, quiet Italian town is a tourist destination that most visitors fall in love with. The mountain town of Abano Terme can be found nestled on the eastern slope of the Colli Euaganei mountains. Located close to Venice and Verona and perfect to act as a base for some pretty inviting sightseeing, choosing a Hotels.com hotel room in Abano Terme offers access to a world of wonder. Hot thermal springs (80 °C) and mud baths in the town make this an ideal destination for those who wish to de-stress and enjoy wellness treatments at spa resorts. Abano Terme hotels from Hotels.com offer a perfect base from which to explore and are located in the heart of the city. Whether you want to roam around the famous and historically important Abano Termo cathedral, view art at the Montirone Gallery or simply while away the days at a hot spring, Abano Terme hotel rooms will keep you close to the action. Each Hotels.com listing is accompanied by sample room photos, a map of its location and associated landmarks, and reviews from previous occupants, which makes selecting the ideal room a true pleasure.

What is Abano Terme Like?

Thermal springs and mud baths are the main attraction in Abano Terme, but by no means the only one. While spas and spa resorts are also a major element and one that may be enjoyed by visitors, the area also boasts attractions like the Abano cathedral, Montirone Gallery which houses art and other creative work and the rolling, green hills below the city which can be explored. Simply wander and stroll about the town, noticing its many hotels and peaceful culture and stop at a restaurant or bar in the pleasant sunny weather. In the town's centre you will find Abano Terme hotels, the information centre, as well as cafes, shops and the town's many water features. The hilly area of Montirone Park which dates back to Roman times is worth a visit to see its entry way colonades. Romans no longer bathe here and the waters have disappeared but it stands as a great reminder of the history of the town. At the Pinacoteca art gallery, located within, you can view interesting art. The Santuario della Madonna della Salute di Monteortone church is also worth a day trip visit.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Abano Terme

A sign at the entrance to Abano Terme proclaims a welcome and a request to "please avoid disturbing noises". This request ensures that all visitors to Abano Terme realise that peace and quiet is prized by locals and visitors, who have come to embrace the serenity and spa atmosphere of this slow-paced town. Ensuring that this request is respected will go a long way towards ensuring you do not offend the locals. Locals and visitors do not take kindly to those who disturb the peaceful aura of the town. Hospitality is an ethic of the town and Italy in general, so manners, respect, care and kindness is part of good behaviour in the town. Known as the "place that takes the pain away" Abano Terme offers a gentle, relaxed but kind approach to almost every aspect of daily life. At dinners or social gatherings do shake hands, including with children. Ladies always initiate hand shaking. Kissing on both cheeks, is most acceptable among friends in Italy. Visit the Hotels.com website for sample photos of Abano Terme hotels and customer reviews.