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Numerous medieval towns, rich in charm and history are located within a radius of 30 km: Marostica, Bassano del Grappa, Cittadella, Asolo, Castelfranco Veneto...
Mason Vicentino is located 20 km from Vicenza, the city of the famous sixteenth-century architect Andrea Palladio, and it houses some of his major works: the famous villa La Rotonda, the Basilica and the Teatro Olimpico.
Continuing south for about 50 km we find Padua, famous for the Basilica dedicated to St. Antonio. The city hosts the Scrovegni Chapel with beautiful fourteenth-century frescoes by Giotto.
Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet is also the summer home of an important opera season at the famous arena, and Venice, which needs no introduction, are located about 90 km away.
All of these destinations can be reached by car, train or bus.
In the immediate vicinity of the house there are many paths that follow the incline of gently rolling hills. You walk through open meadows, olive groves and cherry orchards, vineyards, chestnut forests...For the more experienced, there is the possibility of horseback riding.
These hills also offer, for bicycle lovers, both mountain bike trails and quiet roads for racing bikes.
The Asiago plateau (30 km) extends to the north of Mason Vicentino, with well-known ski resorts in winter and pleasant, cool oases in summer. Throughout the year, the Asiago Plateau is the starting point for many excursions, many of which are true open-air museums, such as sites that were the scene of the First World War.
Also towards north, at the foot of Monte Grappa (20 km), theree are quick to reach take-off bases for lovers of free flight (paragliding and hang gliding).
About 90 km away, after the Valsugana, the magnificent scenery of the Dolomites opens up, since 2009 a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here, the lovers of trekking and climbing will be spoilt for choice in selecting their routes that are of all lengths and difficulties.