No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Vicenza
I called too much shopping on day 5 of the trip and opted to start the morning trying to send a package back home. I scored a carton from foot locker the night before but couldn’t track down a packing tape and a marker no matter where I tried. In the end we improvised with bandage strapping tape and biro - think it will make it home?
We headed off to Verona, a 2 hour drive from Milano. The Garmin got us lost again so this time I trusted google maps to navigate us to ...
Verona is a beautiful, wealthy, historical city compact enough to see a lot in just a few days. I, like everyone else, made the pilgrimage to see Juliet's balcony as that is what most people think of when they think of Verona. The absurd part is that while there were two politically opposed families and legends of a tragic love story, Shakespeare was the third person to write the story and is obviously the ...
... in Vicenza. I can't think of a better city out of which to base. It is a nice sized city of about 120,000 people. There is a museum, historical site, and/or architectural wonder around every corner. On a Saturday, you'll find many people out and about doing their shopping, eating a mid-morning snack or drinking espresso. Espresso!! I'm trying to be hip. ...
... we were, too. But, we went along with it anyway. He led us to a water taxi and away we went (our ticket included free taxi to Murano). Greeted a the dock by a well-dressed young man - the ride across took about 10mins and was fantastic! - who brought us into the factory for a glass-blowing demo and very personalised service - after the demo, we were offered a personalised tour of the glass showroom (only for 'special' people) and big discounts and ...
... is a famous piece of art, and a piece of wood from the Thorn of Crowns) but it was under major renovations. Then, we had a gentle walk back to the car, and my wonderful husband agreed to drive us past La Rotonda – a villa which is another Palladian masterpiece. It was open to the public, but we figured that the seven of us were rather hot and tired, and wouldn’t get the full benefit – something to come back for next ...
TripAdvisor Reviews L'Albicocco Vicenza
Other places to stay in Vicenza
Contra S. Pietro 48/50, Vicenza | B&Bfrom $45
Via Roma, 4, Vicenza | B&Bfrom $85
Viale Milano 37, Vicenza | B&Bfrom $79
Contra Santa Corona, 19, Vicenza | B&Bfrom $159
Strada Monte della Crocetta, 26, Vicenza | B&Bfrom $86
Via Piovene, 2, Vicenza | B&Bfrom $107
Strada Delle Beregane 31, Vicenza | B&Bfrom $110