Before or after going to the art exhibition, walk enthusiasts can choose an itinerary that connects the city centre to the Sanctuary of Monte Berico, a monumental church dedicated to the co-patron of Vicenza, the Virgin Mary. It hosts several artistic jewels and masterpieces, such as the one by Renaissance painter Paolo Veronese. After enjoying the magnificent view of the city from the panoramic square, it will be possible to visit the Risorgimento and Resistance museum, close by the church, and then two famous villas: Valmarana Capra “la Rotonda” and Valmarana ai Nani. (It is advised to use comfortable shoes).
The package includes:
- 1 overnight stay + breakfast
- 1 Open Date ticket for the art exhibition (with it, it is possible to visit the exhibition without having to reserve a specific date and time for the visit)
- Entry for the visit of Villa Valmarana ai Nani (open every day from 10 to 16 till the 6th March 2020 and from 10 to 18 starting from the 7th March 2020 and at the end of the art exhibition).
The package does NOT include the tourist tax (where required) and what is not stated in the “the price includes” section.