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Visitors to the north-eastern city of Vicenza are inevitably delighted to make its acquaintance. The old, dignified Lady of Gold (as it is sometimes known due to the city's century old goldsmith tradition) lies nestled between the more popular cities of Padua and Verona. Make your way to this charming enclave of old-fashioned beauty for a relaxing break, and ensure total peace of mind from the get go thanks to At visitors can book into the best Vicenza hotels in a matter of minutes, using our straightforward and intuitive search and filtering functions. Would-be visitors can peruse realistic room photo galleries and read previous guests' feedback before making their choice. It's really very simple - that's the way.

What's Vicenza Like?

Vicenza is a small but perfectly formed city in the region of the Veneto, north-east Italy. It lies at the foothill of the Monti Lessini and the Altopiano di Asiago plateau, so it combines wonderful mountain landscapes to the north, towards Trentino-Alto Adige, with gently rolling hills - the Colli Berici- to the south and east. In the city itself, many artistic and historical treasures await. World-famous architect Andrea Palladio designed all the magnificent Renaissance buildings in the Old Town. Make sure you visit the Basilica Palladiana, the Cathedral and the Church of Santa Corona. Then take a stroll down Corso Fogazzaro and admire the historic porticoes, antique stores and elegant old cafes.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Vicenza

A little bit of conversational Italian would definitely help you make friends in this bustling northern town. The locals are friendly but do not speak particularly good English. To be like a native, treat yourself and your loved ones: after your artistic peregrinations, shop for bespoke gold and jewellery in the myriad tiny artisan ateliers in the Old Town before stopping in any bar for a shot of Grappa, the local potent schnapps. Local Vicenza cuisine is hearty and tasty as with most of the Veneto, with staples such as rabbit and polenta, or baked Asiago cheese with polenta, another incredibly tasty variation. Fish is also popular in the area, so visitors will be able to enjoy the famous Baccalà Alla Vicentina, Codfish cooked in milk, onions and garlic and, again, served with fragrant, warming polenta. Local wines are notable too. Try a chalice of the Vino Vicenza DOC white with your succulent food. Thanks to accommodation booking experts you can ensure that your Vicenza break goes smoothly, so visit our website today and book the best Vicenza hotels.