Centre: you are here!
Highway: 1.5 km
Railway station: 1.5 km
Parking in Venice: 1.5 km
Airport: 12 km
Treviso: 20 km
Padua: 30 km
Vicenza: 60 km
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Mestre: active and industrious commercial city, with more than 10 shopping districts and malls. Plus Villa Ceresa museum and pavilions used for Venice's "Biennale" exhibitions of modern art and architecture.
Venice: the whole city is a work of art in itself, with renowned collections and museums such as "Museo Correr", "Peggy Guggenheim", "L'Accademia", "Cà Pesaro", "Palazzo Grassi", "La Biennale", plus major events such as the Carnival.
Padua: an ancient city and seat of scholars with university founded in 1222. The Scrovegni Chapel, with frescoes by Giotto, the "Basilica di S. Antonio" and the centuries-old Botanic Gardens.
Vicenza: The home city of architect Andrea Palladio..
Castelfranco Veneto: The town of Giorgione.
Treviso: an entrancing, medieval city surrounded by 16th-century walls and moat.
Asolo: Ancient home to Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus.
Possagno: with the museum of Canova.
Marostica: Which every September 2nd re-enacts the legendary chess tournament - played out with human chesspieces - between Rinaldo D'Angarano and Vieri di Vallonaro for the hand of Lionora.
Brenta Riviera: splendid villas adorn this area, which was once so popular amongst the Venetian nobility.