You can find this route on the BikeSquare app with code E01
An easy route, do not be scared by its 76 km!
The tour mainly develops on secondary roads paved, about 10km are on white roads.
You can ride in the middle of nature and go through pleasant city centers of the Cremas.
The gem of this ride?
Reach the places where the film of Guadagnino 'Call me with your name' was filmed.
It will be like riding a movie set ... and what a movie, an Oscar movie!
It starts from Trescore Cremasco where you can rent electric bikes from the Fratelli Bossi rental point.
The route takes you towards Casaletto Vaprio to continue north and allows you to see, before reaching Capralba, the area of the Quarantine fountain (fontanile di Quarantina).
Continuing to ride on the roads that cross the countryside you will reach Sergnano and then Ricengo. From here you can take a short detour to reach the Lake of Reflections, another unforgettable location of the film of Guadagnino.
Continuing to ride on the roads that cross the countryside you will reach Sergnano and then Ricengo (Lago dei Riflessi). From here you can take a short detour to reach the Lake of Reflections, another unforgettable location of the film of Guadagnino.
Continue south to get to Crema. The gardens of Crema, the historic center, Piazza Duomo: all places where the director's eye has stopped. Pedaling you can arrive in Piazza San Giovanni XXIII to get out of the town along via Macallè. You are about to reach Moscazzano and in particular, the Villa Albergoni where the scenes were shot in the summer house of the protagonist of 'Call me with your name'. While you are here, you can not go any further to admire the Madonna dei Prati Sanctuary.
You are ready to go back along the same road and then turn left towards San Carlo.
Here you continue on the cycle path of the Gronda Nord up to the industrial area of Cremosano and to the santella along the Vaccheli canal you can turn left to continue until Nosadello. After cycling on the long and beautiful track on the dirt road, turn right towards Pandino. In Pandino, in the center of the village, it will be possible to visit the Castle. It dates back to the fourteenth century and was a hunting lodge of the Bernabò family. If you can not visit it, do not miss a souvenir photo in front of the Vittorio Emanuele III monument.
The return road continues among old farmhouses and country villages: pedaling in peace it will be easy to imagine the life of these places even just 50 years ago. You will meet the Cascine Gandini (Casine Gandine in the dialect of Cremasco): it is a fraction of the municipality of Palazzo Pignano. Cascine Gandini is a small agricultural village of ancient origin, belonging to the Cremasco territory and is 1.54 kilometers from the capital city.
Passing from Torlino Vimenrcati you will go along the last stretch of white road immersed in the Cremasca plains passing next to a Cascina and to a Dairy very known in the Territory (Erdi Carioni) with attached products store.
Finally you reach Santo Stefano to return to Trescore Cremasco.