The architectural context of Bassano del Grappa is a plunge into art: the city streets are adorned by the works of artists like Palladio, Canova, Jacopo Da Ponte, Marinali e Dall'Acqua.
The symbol of the city is the Ponte Vecchio (old bridge); built on the Palladium project that links it to its heroic image of the Great War.
Padua is a journey into the past and in the present, amongst ancient history, traditions and art.
It is a walk amongst the magnificence of old buildings, amongst the spirituality breathed in the Churches - amongst the Basilicas of St. Anthony, St. Justin (Santa Giustina), the Duomo with its Roman Baptistery.
Today, this creative and dynamic city is alive with markets, piazzas, refined restaurants, old osterias.
About 1 hour by car from Bassano del Grappa
A charming medieval village nestled in the hills of Treviso; Asolo was a magnificent Renaissance court at the time of Caterina Cornaro.
Strolling through the winding and quiet alleys, tourists will find subtle traces of the distinguished guests who appreciated its inspiration, such as the English poet Robert Browning and Pietro Bembo.
About 30 minutes by car from Bassano del Grappa
Venice is a city reflected in the water and the image that returns is imprinted in the eye of the beholder. A magical city par excellence where everything is magical, romantic, full of poetry. Piazza San Marco, the pulsating heart of the city, the important urban and architectural complex, takes its name from the famous Basilica of San Marco, built in oriental style and topped with five Byzantine-style domes.
About 1 hour by train from Bassano del Grappa