Vicenza is one of the most charming art heritage cities in Northern Italy. Known as the “City of Palladio”, Vicenza is an UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its exceptional artistic and architectonic wealth.
The experience continues beyond the working day. Visit the city of Vicenza, admire the beauty of Palladian architecture and enjoy some shopping in the best shops of the town center. Finally conclude the evening in one of the local and characteristic restaurants of the area, to discover the Vicenza’s culinary excellence.
In Vicenza you can experience beauty, culture and all the taste of the best Italian tradition.
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Venice International Airport“Marco Polo” | 79 km from Vicenza
Venice International Airport is situated 1 hour drive South-East of Vicenza. Itis located on the mainland, well connected to Venezia-Mestre railway station by bus links. Due to the importance of Venice as a leisure destination, it features flights to many European metropolitan areas as well as some partly seasonal long-haul routes to the United States (Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, New York), Canada and the Middle East.
Verona Airport | 50 km from Vicenza
Verona airport features flight connections to/from the South of Italy and scheduled flights to/from 25 international destinations, among which the most important daily flights to/from Frankfurt, London and Amsterdam for intercontinental connections.
Treviso Airport | 85km from Vicenza
Treviso Airport features low cost and regular flights to/from European destinations such as Berlin, Bordeaux, Brussels, Krakow, Edinburgh, Frankfurt Hahn, Lviv, Malaga, Malta, Paris Beauvais, Seville, Sofia, Warsaw, Vilnius and several Eastern European destinations.
Milano Malpensa and Milano Linate International Airports
It takes just one hour and a half by high speed trains to reach Milano and its two international airports, featuring the most important European and intercontinental flights.
Milano Malpensaworkswith84 airlines, including connections with the most important intercontinental hubs while Milano Linate works with 19 airlines to / from major cities / capitals in Europe.
As for train connections, Vicenza is on the railway connecting Venice –Milan, served by frequent high speed trains. The railway station is just 5 km far from the ViCC, connected to the venue by city bus no. 12.
From Venezia-Mestre Railway Station there are frequent regular and Frecciarossa high-speed trains connecting Vicenza in approx. 30 minutes.
From Milano Centrale Railway Station there are frequent regular and Frecciarossa high-speed trains (23trains per day) connecting Vicenza in around 1h and 40 minutes. Milan railway station can be reached by train directly from Malpensa Airport, and by shuttle bus from Linate Airport.
Vicenza has excellent connections with the rest of Italy and Europe via the motorway network. Vicenza is on the A4 Milan-Venice motorway (connecting the East and the West of Italy). On A4 from Vicenza it is easy to link up with the A22 for the Brenner Pass, the A14 to Bologna and Bari and the A1 for Florence, Rome and Naples. The A4 motorway exit is just 2.2 km from the ViCC.