The marathon will start from the Euganeo Stadium in Padua - east stand side. Following Viale Nereo Rocco, it continues on Viale Gino Cappello, Viale del Calcio and Via Due Palazzi. Through Via Due Palazzi, the race course approached the neighbours of 4 Montà, Ponterotto before entering the SP55 towards Rubano. After the roundabout of Villaguattera, it continues on Via Mazzini and gets to the intersection with SR11 for about 850 mt. Through Via Ceresina, it touches Selvazzano Dentro and runs along Via Pelosa (an ancient Roman main-road) until it gets to SP82. Past the bridge on the Bacchiglione river, it goes through the city centre of Selvazzano Dentro and through Via Scapacchiò it runs next to the Golf Club “La Montecchia”.
At the 20 km mark, it enters the municipality of Teolo and continues on Via dei Colli prior to getting to the intersection with Via Abbazia di Praglia, from where it continues on the SP60 towards Monteortone. This is where the Marathon and the Half-Marathon converge. The race course continues towards the centre of Abano Terme through Via Cornelio Augure, Via Abano, Viale Terme, Piazza della Repubblica, Viale delle Terme, Via Matteotti, Via S. Pio X, Viale Roveri, Via S. Maria d’Abano, Via Latisana and Via Romana Aponense. It then enters the municipality of Padua and continues on Via Romana Aponense, la Mandria, Via Armistizio, Ponte Isonzo, Via Isonzo, Via Goito, Piazzale Sacra Famiglia, Via Cernaia, Piazzale San Giovanni, Via Euganea, Ponte San Giovanni delle Navi, Via Vescovado, Via Vandelli, Piazza Duomo, Granguardia, Piazza dei Signori, Piazza della Frutta, Via Oberdan, Via VIII Febbraio, Via San Francesco, Via del Santo, Piazza del Santo, Via Luca Belludi and arrives at the finish line in Prato della Valle, the second largest square in Europe.
Abano Terme - a world renowned thermal area - is the starting point of Padova HalfMarathon.
From its beginning the half marathon follows the same route as the marathon. The entrance in the city of Padua and its historical city centre has been designed so that the runners will get to see the most beautiful parts of the city: passing by Piazza dei Signori, Piazza della Frutta, Caffè Pedrocchi, Palazzo del Bo and the Basilica of S. Antonio. The finish line is set in the extraordinary scenery of Prato della Valle, Europe’ second biggest squares and certainly one of the most beautiful ones.