Vicenza is one of the oldest cities in Veneto, located halfway between the cities of Verona and Venice, in the north-east of Italy
UNESCO has recognized the city of Vicenza as a World Heritage Site.
Its historic centre is a jewel of the Renaissance and is famous worldwide for hosting some of the most important works by Andrea Palladio (16th century), one of the most significant and famous architects of all time.
The artistic perspective that animates the city of Vicenza is also extended to its surroundings, where a fascinating combination of art and nature is achieved. In fact, within a radius of about 100 kilometres there are endless opportunities for visits and entertainment, including the cities of Venice, Verona and Padua; the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Lake Garda, the Po Delta, the Euganean Spa and the long sandy beaches of Jesolo and Bibione.