The stage is long, easy. The territory is crossed by canals and reclamation works. The territory has extensive agricultural crops as far as the eye can see.
From Monselice you go towards the old cathedral (Santa Giustina), where Via delle Sette Chiese begins. You arrive at the traffic lights on the SS 16. Then you go on the SP 5, taking a pedestrian path you reach via Vetta, a peripheral road with little traffic, but which requires some attention and which leads to the entrance of Pozzonovo, avoiding the various crossroads. Go up the A13 motorway overpass, go under the SR 104 and arrive at the SP 37 or via Marconi which leads to the town of Pozzonovo. Going out you arrive, after passing a canal, in Via Argine. The route continues along this road, once a real embankment, not very busy. You come across Bragadine and then San Luca. Continue until you reach the Gorzone canal, which is crossed; thus we reach Anguillara Veneta. Anguillara Veneta is an obligatory crossing point, having been a crossing point on the Adige river since the Middle Ages. The Anguillarese stretch of the Via Romea Germanica substantially corresponds to the ancient embankment of the Gorzon, well represented on the Map of the Gorzon Retract conserved in the Ethnographic Civic Museum of Stanghella (PD). Cross the Adige and walk on the right bank. You leave San Martino di Venezze and arrive in Boara Polesine (on the other side Boara Pisani). Once at the railway, take the cycle path that runs along the tracks. Then you cross a canal, via Lina Merlin, and arrive at the Rovigo railway station. From here you go to the center in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.