Lovers of villas and castles are spoilt for choice; you can visit numerous places that testify the medieval history of our land! The nearby Catajo Castle, the splendid Villa Emo Capodilista and Villa dei Vescovi or the magnificent villas on the Brenta Riviera like La Malcontenta and Villa Pisani among others.
Very close to us, and famous for having had Giotto as its guest, whose art can be seen in the recently restored Scrovegni Chapel, Padova is also known for the its unusual nickname three without: the Café without doors, the Caffè Pedrocchi; the Saint without name, St. Anthony; the field without grass, Prato della Valle. These are just a few of the beauties of this town that will never end in amazing you!
Just a few kilometres away is the most amazing and unusual town in the world, Venice! With its alleys and monuments it has enchanted millions of visitors every year, who fascinated by the ancient splendour of the Repubblica Serenissima, come from all over the world to absorb a part of its magic.
The legendary Shakespearian town for its sad and romantic story ofRomeo and Juliet, Verona is also known throughout the world for its impressive Arena. It dates back to Roman times and is extremely well conserved and every year hosts one of the richest and most appreciated opera season.