Project Description

Asolo, the town of a hundred horizons

Called “the city of a hundred horizons” by Giosue Carducci (famous Italian poet, writer and Nobel Prize winner for literature in 1906), Asolo is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, as every building, street and porch conveys a sense of beauty and perfect integration with the surrounding landscape: a real open air museum. Its Fortress hosted Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus, who was exiled in Asolo in 1489. Asolo has also been inspiration to poets, writers, artists and travelers. To visit Asolo means also to combine history and art together with delicious cuisine and supreme drinking. You will find several restaurants, wine bars or taverns where to taste some of the typical local dishes.

Cycling between rocks (fortresses) and castles

Cycling between fortresses and castles is magic: the area is plenty of hills with medieval villages on their tops and fascinating places like Possagno, birthplace of Antonio Canova, the greatest neoclassical sculptor. In the solemn Gipsoteca created in 1836 you can enjoy the main collection of HIS original masterpieces including sculptures, drawings and paintings. Cyclers will live a unique experience where marvelous places combine art with nature and excellent mouth melting cuisine.

Villages and Fortresses

Charming Palladian villas and manor houses with breathtaking views enriched with all comfort, satisfying all wishes and where dreams come true.

Trip Ideas

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