The art cities

Padova (city of “dei tre senza”)

Reachable by car and by means of line.

City of great artistic and cultural traditions, Padova boasts over 3000 years of history, who have bequeathed to the city a wealth of monuments testifying to a Gothic and Romanesque architecture of great historical and artistic value: the Roman Arena, the frescoes of Giotto in the Chapel of the Scrovegni, Caffè Pedrocchi “coffee without doors” one of the most famous historical places of Italy, the basilica of St. Anthony “saint without name”, to name a few. It ‘a lively city with cultural events and the university nightlife all year round, ideal for shopping under the characteristic arcades which connect Prato della Valle “the grass without grass”, the beautiful piazzas delle Erbe, della Frutta and dei Signori, home to a noisy and old daily market dominated by the Palazzo della Ragione. Art, music, theater, films, sports and folklore: there are many opportunities to meet to be able to experience the region, many moments of confrontation between modernity and tradition in which to rediscover rituals, histories and cultures of the city.
Other points of interest are: the Botanical Garden, UNESCO Heritage, the University Bo, one of the oldest in Europe with the famous anatomical theater and the chair of Galileo Galilei and the Galileo’s Observatory “La Specola”, where Galileo made some of his most famous discoveries.

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Venice – The City on the Water

In 10 minutes by car or bus you will arrive at Piove di Sacco train station, where trains leave for Venice, reachable in 40 minutes without any parking problems. For urban characteristics and for its artistic heritage, Venice is universally considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and ranks, along with its lagoon, between the Italian World Heritage sites by UNESCO.

Between lanes and squares the city hides views immersed in a timeless atmosphere and becomes lively and colorful during the carnival. The Biennale and the Museum of Modern Art Peggy Guggenheim , with its semi – itinerant collections, testimony to the vitality of contemporary art .
A short walk from the station is the oldest ghetto in the world with the two synagogues .

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Some glimpses of the city




Vicenza – City of Palladio

Located in a position that makes it central to the whole region of Veneto, Vicenza represents the “heart ” in terms not only geographical but also symbolical, historical, artistic and cultural.
It is known worldwide as the city of Andrea Palladio, the greatest architect of all time .
A building between all: the Olympic Theatre , exclusive stage .

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Splendid city of art shrouded in millenary history and delivered to the myth from the Shakespearean masterpiece, Romeo and Juliet . A must is the Arena, visited during the day, which is a frame for evening shows of music, theater and opera throughout the year .

Some glimpses of the city