Tonezza del Cimone: Antonio Fogazzaro, major Italian writer, used to spend part of his holidays here, and you can find several of the beautiful spots around Tonezza in his novels. During the WW1 Mount Cimone next to Tonezza was the place of many battles between the Austrian and the Italian troops. The Fogazzaro path is an easy and pleasant walk through Tonezza’s wood extendable at pleasure thanks to the net of hiking routed around Tonezza, one of which leads to the War Memorial on Mount Cimone, whose top exploded due to a powerful mine places by the Austrians. Tonezza is delicious food as well, offering homemade gnocchi and otherspecial potato dishes.
Asiago’s Plateau: Marvellous landscape, WW1 memorial in Asiago, beautiful and peaceful British war cemeteries all around. Asiago is history, Cimbrian language, nature, and lovely cheese. Definitely worth spending half a day, maybe after visiting one villa North of Vicenza.
Mount Grappa: Landscape, breath-taking 360° views, Military Memorial Monument built on the highest top of the Massif for propaganda purposes. To combine with a visit at the Hemingway Museum in Bassano. Ernest Hemingway served as a voluntary in the American Red Cross and spent a period in the region of Vicenza and Bassano, experience inspiring some of his novels, i.e. For Whom The Bell Tolls