This branch starts from Bassano del Grappa in the province of Vicenza. The road came from Trento through the Valsugana and the route wound along the Brenta river.
The Via da Bassano heads towards Camposampiero where Sant’Antonio da Padova lived, which is why the street takes the name of Via Romea del Santo. From Camposampiero the road continues to Padua where it joins the Via Romea Annia, which from the capital of Padua heads towards Monselice, and through the city of Este reaches Badia Polesine.
Here begins the Via Romea Nonantolana-Longobarda, which, after crossing the Po and the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, joins the Via Francigena in Fucecchio, and through this, arrives in Rome.