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Vicenza has a fascinating old town centre, characterised by the Basilica Palladiana, the Teatro Olimpico, charming streets and small squares.

Just a few minutes from the old town centre you can find the Basilica of Our Lady of Mount Berico, the spectacular Villa La Rotonda, or you can get lost on the evocative roads that wind their way through the Berici Hills.

Or why not spend a few hours in Bassano del Grappa, famous for its wooden bridge Ponte degli Alpini, porticoed streets, ceramic shops and famous grappa!

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Legendary "Shakespearian" city where the sad and romantic story of Romeo and Juliet was set, Verona is known worldwide for its impressive Arena.

This well-preserved Roman city annually hosts one of the richest Opera seasons in the world, highly acclaimed by both the public and critics.

The largest of the Italian Lakes, Lake Garda, or Benaco, is just a few kilometres from Verona.

The intense colour of the water, with marked shades of blue and almost unparalleled limpidity, makes Lake Garda a unique destination for visitors and lovers of relaxation, sports, fun and enjoyment.

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A natural extension of the Grand Canal, the River Brenta has always been the jewel in the crown of the area between Padua and Venice: the Riviera del Brenta, a unique combination of history, culture, art and landscapes.

With the calm current of the river flowing from bend to bend, the Brenta is perfect for a boat ride or to approach from the banks to enjoy the same views on the surface of the water that amazed Goldoni and Casanova, Byron, Goethe and D'Annunzio.

A backdrop of dozens and dozens of villas, designed and frescoed by Italian masters of art, country homes commissioned and lived in by Venetian nobility, in which sumptuous dinners and all-night parties took place, or from where the ritual floating processions were watched.

Many of these villas can be visited, for example the majestic Villa Pisani in Stra, Villa Foscari La Malcontenta and Villa Widman.

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Padua is known as the " City of the Saint " thanks to the fourteenth-century Basilica of St. Anthony, just a short walk from Prato della Valle and the medieval town centre, with its evocative squares, porticoes and the Palazzo della Ragione (the “Salone”).

Padua is also home to the extraordinary Scrovegni Chapel, considered Giotto’s masterpiece, which houses his frescoes.

Padua is also a university city, with its prestigious University (Palazzo Bo), the world's first permanent anatomical theatre and the Botanical Garden, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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