Welcome Plateau of Asiago 7 Comuni

7 towns to discover

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l'Altopiano di Asiago 7 Comuni

How to reach the Asiago Plateau

How to get to the Asiago Plateau

How to reach the Plateau of the 7 Municipalities from Milan, Rome, Venice, Verona, Vicenza, Bergamo, Treviso, Trento, Padua and Bassano del Grappa.

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The Altopiano dei Sette Comuni, also known as "Altopiano di Asiago", is a vast territory formed by 7 municipalities, ideal for holidays in every season: in winter for its ski slopes, in particular for the over 500 km of cross-country trails, and for the possibility of hiking and snowshoeing. But also in spring, summer and autumn thanks to various offers of activities, such as mountain bikingwalking and orienteering.

But the Plateau also offers many events really for every taste and above all the opportunity to relax in a quiet environment, where you can still "feel" the silence, stay in touch with nature and breathe pure air.

The position of the plateau offers tourists the opportunity to organize day trips to and from other important Italian tourist areas. It is located about 124 km from the romantic and fascinating city of Venice, where you can "get lost" among the thousand streets and try the experience of a gondola ride, and 125 km from Verona, where you can visit the house of Romeo and Juliet and the famous Arena. Other obligatory stops are the Ponte degli Alpini in Bassano del Grappa, which is only 33 km away, or the Palladian Basilica in Vicenza , just 55 km from Asiago.

Finally, let's not forget Trento at 62 km where you can visit the Buonconsiglio Castle and the Cathedral of San Vigilio. And again the beautiful Treviso, Asolo, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, and Marostica with the famous Piazza degli Scacchi.

We have decided, therefore, to dedicate a few pages to explain how to get to the Asiago Plateau (or how to get from the Plateau to visit these places), whether you arrive by car or by train. You will also find directions on how to get from abroad by plane or from the two main Italian cities, Rome and Milan.

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