In the nearby area…
Are numerous and in many cases they have preserved the splendid ancient defensive walls: A jewel lies at the walled city of Sabbioneta (the ideal city) with the spectacular theater made by the architect Bibiena
The charming Borghetto with its castle along the river Mincio and an important ford known since Roman times.
Wonderful Bassano with the famous Palladian bridge.
Beautiful Asolo clings to the hillside full of Venetian architecture where Eleonora Duse is buried.
Many are UNESCO sites
Sabbioneta: The city was founded by Vespasian Gonzaga in the second half of the sixteenth century. He transformed the old medieval village into a military stronghold.
Important to visit is the Ducal Palace, Teatro Bibiena and Gallery of Ancient
Borghetto : From the Scala era and then Visconti era dates its transformation into a fortified village , with two access doors and a polygonal ring of walls with towers surrounded by Seriola pit (which draws water from the river Mincio) .
Castellaro Lagusello medieval village situated on a small hill, overlooking a lake shaped like a heart. The present castle has Scaliger origins dating back to 1100-1200 .
Bassano: very old Town, crossed by the Brenta river, famous for the Ponte degli Alpini, designed by Andrea Palladio.
Asolo: nowadays it is still possible to enjoy the medieval structure, almost intact, and its Renaissance decorations.