The Olympic Theatre, the Basilica, the Rotonda, Villa Godi Malinverni are only a few examples of the numerous manifestations of the genius of Andrea Palladio that can be admired in Vicenza and the surrounding province.
Verona and Soave
A thirty-minute-drive, with the convenient link to the A4 motorway, you can reach the city of Verona. Along the road, a visit to the Castle of Soave is a must.
Lake Garda, the largest Italian lake, junction between the regions of Veneto, Lombardy and Trentino-Alto Adige is less than thirty minutes away.
In less than an hour’s drive, to the east you can easily reach Venice, historically named “The Serenissima” a city considered a world patrimony by the Unesco.
Bassano and Asolo
An-hour-drive to reach the two amazing cities of Bassano del Grappa (with the well known Ponte degli Alpini; the Alpini Bridge) and Asolo.
Padua and the Brenta Riviera
Taking the east direction on the A4 motorway, in about 20 minutes you can get to Padua and the Brenta river bank where you can admire a good number of villas owned by Venetian patrician families.
Shopping in outlets nearby: Maglificio Volcar, Santina Volpato Jewels Collection Bottega Veneta, Antinea ( Armani), Marzotto and many others as requested.