Located at the top of the Monti Berici stands the birthplace of Palladio, the celebrated architect whose masterpiece, the Palladian Basilica, is the monument most representative of Vicenza. A well-known destination for pilgrims is the magnificent Sanctuary of the Madonna di Monte Berico, sited at the crest of the hill that dominates the entire city.


Padua, 55 km from Arzignano, is one of the most important cultural and economic centers of the north eastern area of Italy. It is the city of St. Anthony, a venerated saint for the entire world, but it is also the site of one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Italy and can boast of one of the most beautiful and oldest squares in Europe in its Prato della Valle. Padua also possesses an impressive artistic heritage, with the Scrovegni Chapel, the Palazzo della Ragione, and its many historic churches.

The majesty of St. Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge are balanced by the quiet lanes and squares where you can still breathe in the atmosphere of the Most Serene Republic of Venice. The Venetian carnival is also renowned and every year it attracts thousands of revelers. Distance 75 km.

Nestled along the Adige River, Verona is the romantic city of Romeo and Juliet. Its Arena is famous the world over and is the spectacular backdrop for major theatre productions and artistic events. Distance 40 km.

Gardaland, the largest amusement park in Italy, is located on the banks of Lake Garda, less than an hour away from Arzignano.


A small town, 5 km from Arzignano, for decades Chiampo has been a religious tourism destination for its Sanctuary. The adjacent caves of Lourdes and the Via Crucis are the most important and most popular sites.

Strada del Recioto
The Strada del Recioto is a wine and food trail that winds its way through the scenic hills of the lower Valle del Chiampo, celebrated for its many DOC wines and for its DOP products with their unmistakable flavours. Many of the wineries are open to the public and welcome visitors.