Vicenza’ s Central Padan Plain
A green corridor that preserves the most typical features of the Venetian countryside.

Lush and fertile plains suggest endless possibilities for sightseeing and strolling around nature or along the banks just a few centimeters away from the river, immersed in the most typical Venetian countryside with the Pre-Alps and the Berici hills on the background.

This is Vicenza’s Central Padan Plain, which extends in the area between Tesina river on the west, at the borderline with Vicenza, and the right side of Brenta river on the east. This is a geographical area of about 121 km2, which includes the municipalities of Camisano Vicentino, Grisignano di Zocco, Grumolo delle Abbadesse, Quinto Vicentino, Torri di Quartesolo in the province of Vicenza, and the municipality of Gazzo in the province of Padua.

This land is unique in the Venetian plain: the environment, still intact, is characterized by the presence of rivers, resurgences and a dense mesh of streams and canals that irrigate wide meadows and fields where stand excellent and ancient tradition such as rice and corn.