Vicenza city center
This tour includes a visit of Vicenza city center with the Olympic Theater, main streets and Palladian buildings, Piazza dei Signori main square with the Basilica and the Loggia of the Captain and may be also combined with the tour to the palladian villas (Villa la Rotonda and Villa Valmarana ai Nani) close to the city center.
***Customize - I can create a customized tour for you in case you have special requests or if you are more than 10 people and need a larger vehicle.
This tour includes a visit of Vicenza with the following schedule:
Church of Santa Corona
Contrà Porti Street (Palladio Museum, Palazzo da Porto Festa, Palazzo da Porto Colleoni, Palazzo da Porto Breganze)
Piazza dei Signori (Palladian Basilica, Loggia of the Captain, Monte di Pietà)
Piazza Duomo (cathedral)
Piazza Castello Palazzo Porto Breganze, Palazzo Thiene Boning Longare).
This walking tour lasts about 3 hours.
On Monday the city center landmarks are closed.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Vicenza, train station (or any other location in the city center).
End location: Vicenza, train station (or any other location in the city center).
Duration: 3 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 EUR - Admission ticket to the Olympic Theater, Palazzo Chiericati, Church of Santa Corona, Palladio Museum for each person. Students with an International Student Identity Card, groups of more than 10 people and people over 60 pay a lower price of 12 euros per person.
ICOM (International Council of Museums)members have free access.
I am a Qualified Tourist Guide and have access to any landmark.
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Ruben was an excellent guide through the city of Vicenza, taking into consideration the interests of each of our party. He adapted his tour to interest the engineers, historian, artist and Italophiles among us. Perhaps he has conducted this tour many times, but he was as enthusiastic to share his knowledge with us as he might have been the first time. Having Ruben guide us was like having a good, knowledgable friend show us around, as though he really cared that we enjoyed ourselves and learned a lot.