Nested at the foot of Berici Hills, Vicenza is an architectural gem of rare beauty, an open-
VERONA: Set along the banks of Adige river, the city of Romeo and Juliet offers many historic and architectural treasures. You can start your visit from Juliet's famous balcony, heading then to to the medieval Piazza delle Erbe and the nearby Piazza Dante with Palazzo della Ragione. Within a short walking distance Piazza Bra surprises with its dramatic perspective and the Arena, the Roman amphitheatre hosting the prestigious Summer Opera Season.
TREVISO: Few cities offer picturesque views as Treviso, whose intimate historic centre lies at the convergence of two rivers, Sile and Cagnano, with elegant arcaded houses overlooking the banks. The heart of the city is Piazza dei Signori, with the Palazzo dei Trecento and the wonderful Loggia dei Cavalieri. The Cathedral hosts precious paintings such as an altarpiece by Titian.
PADUA: Home to one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Europe, Padua hosts precious art treasures such as the paintings by Giotto in the Cappella degli Scorvegni, and the Interior Hall in the thirteenth-
VENICE: a whole life is not enough to get to know Venice, a city that for centuries has been reflecting its beauty on the canals that cross its very heart, making it a unique gem in the world. Wandering around the quiet calli, crossing its porticos and narrow fondamenta is the best way to experience Venice, before visiting its worldwide known symbols as the Bridge of Sighs, St. Mark's Square and Palazzo Ducale. Unique in spring, intimate in winter, intriguing during the Carnival, any time of the year is perfect to visit Venice.
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