A holiday at Villa Tron Mioni in the Brenta Riviera offers the opportunity to visit must-see cities like Venice, Padua, Vicenza, Verona, Bassano del Grappa, Asolo, Chioggia and travel itineraries in places of historical and natural interest such as Mira, Dolo, Stra ' along the Riviera and again Arquà Petrarca, Este, Abano Euganean Hills .

The Coast of Brenta

The Coast of Brenta is the kingdom of Venetian villas built between the sixteenth and the eighteenth century, a beautiful area of historical interest that runs along a branch of the river Brenta.
The Canal starts in Stra, near Padua, and flows in Fusina, in the lagoon of Venice, passing through Fiesso d'Artico, Dolo and Mira.


Venice is Venice: is the city of gondolas, the Piazza San Marco, Marco Polo, the Carnival, glass, high water. It is the city with the largest and most intricate historical center in the world, also monuments and works of inestimable value. With Venice Card you can use public transport and visit churches and museums at attractive prices.


The historic center of Padua is perfect for a visit on foot or by bicycle. The best way to discover the city is to go in the crowded squares or stroll under the arcade. With the Padova Card you can visit monuments, churches and museums at affordable prices and enjoy discounted rates for car parks and public transport.


Chioggia is located 35 km from Villa Tron Mioni , and just over 50 km from Venice. Known as " Little Venice " , Chioggia was part of the Venetian Republic from 1380 to 1797. In Chioggia , as in Venice , there are streets, squares , channels. Canal Vena is the main : passes through the historic center , you overlook buildings and important churches and is crossed by nine bridges.


Vicenza is the city of Palladio.

The patricians Vicenza, which already in the Renaissance had begun to build important buildings in the sixteenth century enriched the city with splendid monuments signed mostly by Palladio and his pupils.


Icon of the tragic love and opera, Verona is synonymous with rhythmic emotions by the slow flow of the Adige that crosses the city.An exciting evening in the Arena, the Roman era amphitheater hosting performances of great artists in one place, or visiting places of Romeo and Juliet. Even only this would make it a memorable stay in this city. But Verona has much more to its guests.


Treviso is a city of green: green trees, gardens and water spanning the sixteenth century walls which enter the city, forming channels and islands.

Roman layout, medieval development, Venetian impact, in Treviso affect numerous arcades along the canals and the amount of frescoes that adorn the walls of many downtown buildings and that are reflected in the water of the canals.

The historic center contains a wealth of monuments.

Castelfranco, Asolo, Possagno

Along the road to Treviso you can visit Castelfranco Veneto, Asolo and Possagno.

Castelfranco Veneto is one of the best preserved walled cities of the Veneto.

Definitely worth visiting are the castle with a square plan , the Academic Theatre and the Cathedral , which hosts the Pala di Castelfranco del Giorgione , an extraordinary creation also because it was the only altarpiece created by the artist .

Piazzola sul Brenta e Bassano del Grappa

Piazzola sul Brenta is along the road that leads from Padua to Bassano del Grappa.

Piazzola is known for its splendid Villa Contarini and the antique market, which is held every last Sunday of the month and hosts more than 700 exhibitors.

Colli Euganei

The Euganean Hills are a group of volcanic hills rising southwest of Padua.

Recognized regional park in 1989, is a natural spectacle of fields, woods, stretches of vineyards and orchards and medieval villages.