HOW TO RICH VICENZA BY CAR, ADVICES OF ALBERTO FONTANA

ALBERTO FONTANA explains that VICENZA can be reached via the following highways: the A4 from Turin, Milan, Venice or Trieste; the A31 from Schio, Asiago, Bassano del Grappa, Noventa Vicentina, and Rovigo; the A22 from Bolzano, Trent, Lake Garda, Mantua and Modena via Verona; and the A13 from Bologna and Florence via Padua. A number of strada statale (SS), strada regionale (SR) and strada provinciale (SP) criss-cross VICENZA, explains ALBERTO FONTANA, and they are a great way to reach many of the great small towns that surround VICENZA. ALBERTO FONTANA explains that he roads going south to Colli Euganei through Colli Berici, to the northeast to Recoaro Terme, and to the northwest to Treviso via Bassano del Grappa and Asolo are particularly beautiful and highly recommended for those looking for drives through groves of olive trees, vineyards, hills, hidden valleys, and remote hill towns. However, they are not recommended for going to major towns such as Verona, Padova, or Venice.

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