Cities to dream about in the region of Veneto

If you are planning to take a holiday in Veneto, one of the first things to decide is what you want to see!

Natural surroundings, cycle tracks, places of artistic interest or endowed with a remarkable culinary tradition of fine food and wine: Veneto is all of this and much more!


Venice is a city beyond compare, a unique gem, an authentic museum built on water!
A visit to Venice is a unique and unrepeatable emotion-packed experience; even if you have already been there before, the magic of its main attractions never fail to seduce: San Marco, the Rialto bridge and the Bridge of Sighs, with plenty of things to do like taking a ride in a gondola or a canal boat. Without forgetting its splendid carnival, one of the finest and most famous in all of Italy. Venice is one of those places everyone has to see at least once in their lifetime!


Refined and lively, Padua is the home of some unmissable tourist attractions: the Scrovegni Chapel, the Eremitani Civic Museum, the Pedrocchi café, Palazzo del Bo’, Prato della Valle, the Basilica of Saint Anthony and the Botanical Gardens



Set deep in the heart of the famous Prosecco wine-growing area, stands Conegliano, the birthplace of the artist Giambattista Cima, a treasure trove of architectural and artistic beauty…

37 min. da Trevignano



A characteristic and friendly village in the outskirts of Treviso, surrounded by nature and endowed with a wealth of churches and stately homes. Crespignaga, Coste, Madonna della Salute: little gems which well deserve a visit…

16 min. da Trevignano



The city of Palladium is one of the attractions you cannot afford to miss: one after another, some fantastic places await discovery in the streets of the old town centre, in a harmonious fusion of architectural styles and historical periods…

53 min. da Trevignano

Bassano del Grappa

Bassano del Grappa was founded and has developed in close contact with the Brenta river which flows through the city, so it is not surprising that its most symbolic construction is the Bridge of the Alpini, which was first built in the 1200s and was restored to a project by famous architect Andrea Palladio in the 1500s.
The old city centre is highly appreciated by the thousands of visitors who flock there to admire its narrow streets, interconnected squares and the outline of what used to be the defensive walls of the city dating back centuries.

Castelfranco Veneto


Having survived the vicissitudes of its history, the high walls of the medieval castle, after which this city in the area of Treviso is named, stand impressive and majestic to remind us of the battles and rivalry between the powerful municipalities of Padua, Vicenza and Treviso…

18 min. da Trevignano



The fortress of Asolo belongs to a medieval village that is second to none. Enjoy a walk along its walls and climb to the top, where a spectacular view will greet you: facing you there is Canova’s splendid Temple at Possagno, as well as the vineyards and tiny villages with which the surrounding plain is dotted…

23 min. da Trevignano



Treviso is a city worth visiting in any season, with the slow pace of those wishing to savour each and every corner, to discover original views and to take in the quiet city life. The heart of the city and the place where its inhabitants like to gather is piazza dei Signori with its Palazzo dei Trecento and the elegant Loggia Dei Cavalieri evoking an atmosphere of times gone by…

22 min da Trevignano