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When

Catajo Castle will be open to the public from May 23rd on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays all day long.

The opening hours and visiting arrangements have temporarily changed due to the COVID-19 emergency.

Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm
Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm

Tuesday June 2nd: special opening from 10 am to 7 pm.
Reservation required through EventBrite platform. Reservations are free of charge.

To book an ordinary opening (Saturday or Sunday)
CLICK HERE
To book the special opening on Tuesday June 2nd

CLICK HERE 

TICKETS
The ticket includes access to the historic garden and the Noble Floor of the Castle.
Access to the Noble Floor is subject to a reservation through the EventBrite platform.

Adults € 9.00
Children from 6 to 12 years € 3.00
Children up to 5 years free admission

FAMILY OFFER valid until July 31st, 2020
Every 2 paying adults, free entry for 1 child 6-12 years old

EXCELLENCE TICKET
A new way of experiencing the three most important historical dwellings of the Euganean hills, Catajo Castle, Villa dei Vescovi and the Garden of Valsanzibio with a single concession price ticket
€ 25,00
valid for 60 days

the castle is an ancient building
and it has some architectural barriers
not always surmountable by guests with motor disabilities

How to find us

Catajo Castle is located in Battaglia Terme, a few minutes away from the thermal centres of Abano and Montegrotto and is easily and quickly reachable from Padova and Venice.

Just before reaching Battaglia Terme, arriving from Padova, you can admire the castle on your right, surrounded by the winding landscape of the Euganean Hills.
In the immediate vicinity there are hotels with spa, swimming pools and golf clubs.

How to get here

BY CAR

The castle is on the Adriatica state highway 16, 1 km from the “Terme Euganee” motorway exit on the A13 Padova - Bologna.

BY TRAIN

From "Battaglia Terme" station, 15 min by foot along the "Passeggiata degli Obizzi". From "Terme Euganee" station, 5 minutes by taxi.

BY BIKE

The castle faces the cycle path E2, which is 63 km long and allows cyclists to reach all of the most important locations in the area.

BY PLANE

Venezia Marco Polo - 60 km
Treviso Antonio Canova - 75 km
Bologna Guglielmo Marconi - 115 km
Verona Valerio Catullo - 140 km

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