The Asolo Rocca, also called Rocca Braida, is located on the Top of Monte RiccoThe Medieval walls of MarosticaThe Medieval city of Cittadella and its famous wall, in the province of PaduaPrato della Valle, the largest square in PaduaThe Canova Temple in Possano in the Province of Treviso. The Neoclassical church was consecrated in 1832A click of the river in Treviso

Places to go on Monte Grappa - Information about tourism and localities

Where to go in the Monte Grappa’s surroundings is a question which truly has many answers. Monte Grappa and its foothills, the Marca Trevigiana and the neighboring territory are full of naturalistic, cultural, artistic, gastronomic and sport offers for tourists of all ages. Small perched villages, walled cities, wild rivers, charming hills and mountain tops gathered between the Venice’s magic Laguna and the Dolomites’ majestic peaks.

  • Grappa’s Pedemontana

    Grappa’s Pedemontana

    Grappa Massif’s mountain belt includes a series of small villages perched on the mount’s slopes. These fascinating little towns, which offer stunning views and a temperate climate, can give a foretaste of history and nature, not to mention art. Of particular importance is Possagno, Antonio Canova’s home town, which hosts the famous Gipsoteca and the majestic Temple.

  • Asolo

    Asolo

    Being one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, this small historic center boasts a series of illustrious personalities linked to its history. Eleonora Duse, Robert Browning, Pietro Bembo, Feya Stark are only some of the famous inhabitants of this village in the Province of Treviso. History has no boundaries in Asolo, where you can see the roman aqueduct, the medieval fortress, Queen Caterina Cornaro’s castle and many Renaissance buildings.

  • Borso del Grappa

    Borso del Grappa

    Borso del Grappa, a small town in the foothill area laying near Monte Grappa’s smooth slopes, is considered a very important center of touristic attractions for free flight lovers in Europe and worldwide. Its pending soil’s morphology allows the formation of climbing airflows, known as thermals. These thermals’ formation is almost constant and allows long days of flight during the whole year. Add to this the simple access to liftoffs and a unique and inimitable panorama.

  • Crespano del Grappa

    Crespano del Grappa

    Lying on Monte Grappa’s slopes, Crespano del Grappa has a beautiful square that houses artisanal shops and typical inns. Besides the characteristic historic center, at Crespano del Grappa you can admire the Great War’s Museum (Museo della Grande Guerra), which preserves countless artefacts linked to the battles that were fought on the Monte Grappa.

  • Cittadella

    Cittadella

    Cittadella is the only European town to have elliptic medieval walls belt with the patrol paths on the ramparts completely practicable. The belt is distinguished by the elliptic ring made by the walls, which, with the four doors placed on the cardinal directions (each one with the name of the city towards which it was directed), the two crossed trunk routes and the 16 towers, made it the “ideal town”, ready to reject any type of danger. From June 2013, the ramparts can be visited entirely. They are a 15-meters high walk above Cittadella’s walls. The recent restoration allows visitors to admire the city from unusual and privileged spots, a unique experience of “Walking through History”.

  • Bassano del Grappa

    Bassano del Grappa

    At the foot of Monte Grappa, crossed by the river Brenta, this small town has made a symbol out of its famous covered bridge. Bassano boasts origins as ancient as the traditions that characterize it: the art of printing and incision of the Remondini’s Family first, then the tradition of ceramic handcraft and, more recently, the renowned acquavite (Grappa) production, not to mention the town’s most illustrious citizen: Jacopo da Ponte, whose works are now exhibited in the world’s greatest museums.

  • Marostica

    Marostica

    The famous chess’ square, but also the medieval walls system which goes from the village to the overlooking castle are characteristic traits.

  • Possagno

    Possagno

    Possagno is a small village lying on Monte Grappa’s green slopes. However, Possagno is universally famous because it is the place where the renowned neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova was born on November 1st, 1757. The artist has left behind two precious testimonies of his presence into the village: the Temple and the Gipsoteca.

  • Trento

    Trento

    The city rises in a central location between the Brennero pass and the Dolomites and between the Lake Garda and Venice. From the Christmas markets to the Festival of Economics and to the Mountain Film Festival, Trento is an eclectic city and a meeting point between Latin and Germanic culture.

  • Treviso

    Treviso

    Capital of the namesake Marca, it is often defined as the most elegant city of Veneto for its fancy touch, its squares, its canals’ system and its splendid buildings.

  • Vicenza

    Vicenza

    Its historical center is part of the Unesco World Heritage Sites thank to the famous architect Andrea Palladio’s works, but also to the charm of its streets and the artistic and historic treasures, such as Santa Corona’s Church.

  • Padua

    Padua

    It is the main city of Veneto, only an hour away from the Monte Grappa. Rich in artistic testimonies (one of them is the Scrovegni’s Chapel, frescoed by Giotto) and cultural ones (such as the Botanic Gardens), visiting Padua is a pleasant experience thanks to the combination of majestic squares, beautiful churches (Sant’Antonio’s Church), small shops and bars which still reveal its traditional trait.

  • Venice

    Venice

    The city of love par excellence, which is also our Region’s capital, is easily reachable in an hour by train from Bassano del Grappa.

  • Dolomites

    Dolomites

    The mountain park, which has recently become part of UNESCO’s World Heritage, starts to stretch towards North right behind the Grappa Massif.

  • Jesolo’s Coastline

    Jesolo’s Coastline

    Jesolo’s long beach is bathed by a clean and calm sea, and equipped with any kind of comfort, both for who wants to relax on the beach and for who wants to live the sea in the pursuit of unforgettable sport emotions.