nearest cities worth a visit

Asolo

To reach this place, we strongly recommend our car service. It is possible to check availability at +39 3384248688 or spagnolomassimiliano@gmail.com 

Castello di Asolo e Rocca

In Asolo, the castle and its Rocca are of the most important landmarks to visit. This imposing palace well represents the aesthetic of the Asolan countryside while blending in the environment. It was used as a residence for the Venetian podestà and many other important personalities, such as the Carraresi, Caternina Cornaro and Pietro Bembo.  

Asolo City Center

With its local shops and cafes, Asolo city center is a real pearl in the area. In here, it is possible to take a walk while enjoying other points of interest, such as Piazza Garibaldi, the Cathedral

and Eleonora Duse’s house.  

TREVISO

To reach this place, we recommend the direct train from Montebelluna to Treviso. It is possible to check train schedules and statuses at https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html 

Piazza dei Signori

In Treviso’s most important square, Piazza dei Signori, there are many things to see besides resting in one of the numerous cafes in the area. There are the Palazzo dei Trecento and the Prefettura, as well as the Torre Civica, where the square can be seen from above.

Old City Center

Treviso could be considered a small town, but a walk in the city center is the perfect way to spot all the beautiful gems that Treviso offers. With its Buranelli canal and the many pedestrian bridges that connects the city center, it is clear why many people call Treviso “little Venice”.

Bassano del grappa

To reach this place, we strongly recommend our car service. It is possible to check availability at +39 3384248688 or spagnolomassimiliano@gmail.com 

Ponte degli Alpini, o Ponte Vecchio

This wood bridge is the most important symbol of Bassano. Built in 1209, it offers a marvelous view of the Alpes. On both sides of the bridge, it is possible to find numerous bars and grapperie.  

Poli Museo della Grappa

As the city name suggest, Bassano is the capital of a particular alcoholic beverage: the Grappa. Bassano is thus the perfect city to host an entire museum about Grappa.

Piazza Libertà e Piazza Garibaldi

These are two of the main squares in Bassano that well represents the traditional Italian piazza with their rustic charm. While walking through the city center, it is possible to stop in one of the many shops, restaurants, and cafes of Bassano del Grappa.

Padua

To reach this place, we recommend the direct train from Montebelluna to Padua. It is possible to check train schedules and statuses at https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html 

Since Padua is a city full of things to do and see, we recommend you look at the following blog entry about Padua and its sights, so that you can choose what to do according to your personal preferences.

https://rossiwrites.com/italy/padua/things-to-do-in-padua-italy/ 

VENICE

To reach this place, we recommend the direct train from Montebelluna to Venezia S. Lucia that changes either at Castelfranco or Treviso. It is possible to check train schedules and statuses at https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html 

As it is one of the most famous places in the world, Venice is not a city that can be described with few sentences. Therefore, we advise you to read this comprehensive guide for this unique place.

https://rossiwrites.com/italy/venice/venice-landmarks/

Montebelluna

Montello is certainly a privileged place where nature still arouses emotions and surprise, inviting anyone who comes to explore it, not only on the surface.
Its hill has landscape and environmental aspects that make it a peculiar and differentiated element compared to the surrounding area. If you love nature and quiet places, enjoy a tour in the surroundings hills of Montebelluna.