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Monte Grappa

Monte Grappa, 31017 Pieve del Grappa, Province of Treviso, Italy

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About Monte Grappa

Monte Grappa is a mountain of the Venetian Prealps in Veneto, Italy.  It has a lot of history to say.  MONTE GRAPPA with its 1,775 meters is the highest peak of the group surrounding it, making up a part of the Veneto Prealp region, isolated between the rivers Brenta and Piave. It also includes many other peaks such as Col Moschin, Colle della Berretta, Monte Asolone and so more. One of the good trekking destination and also a nice view point.



Attractions near Monte Grappa

Sugana Valley34.2km from Monte Grappa

The Sugana Valley is one of the most important valleys in the autonomous province of Trentino in Northern Italy. Leading into the Alps' foothills, an important main north-south Roman road, the Via Claudia Augusta, one of Europe's main roads since its construction in Antiquity, winds along the valley and connects the Adriatic with the historic Holy Roman Empire and Frankish kingdom's center of Augsburg.

Palladian Basilica40.62km from Monte Grappa

The Palladian Basilica is a public building overlooking Piazza Dei Signori in Vicenza. His name is inextricably linked to ' architect Renaissance Andrea Palladio, who redesigned the Palazzo Della Ragione adding to the existing building gothic the famous lodges in white marble in serliane.  Once the seat of the public magistrates of Vicenza, today the Palladian Basilica, equipped with three independent exhibition spaces, is the scene of architecture and art exhibitions.

Piazza dei Signori, Treviso41.14km from Monte Grappa

Piazza dei Signori , also known as Piazza Dante , is a square located in the historic center of Verona , adjacent to Piazza delle Erbe . The square was born in the Middle Ages from the development of the Scaliger palaces , and from the very beginning assumed political, administrative and representative functions. The square is framed by some monumental buildings, connected to each other by arches and loggias.

Villa la Rotonda41.66km from Monte Grappa

Villa la Rotonda is a Venetian villa in the central plant located near the city of Vicenza, set back from the Riviera Berica road. Built by Paolo Almerico, who commissioned it to Andrea Palladio in 1566-1567, it was completed by Vincenzo Scamozzi in 1605 for the two Capra brothers, who had acquired the building in 1591.  The Rotonda, as it became known later, is one of the most famous and imitated buildings in the history of modern architecture

Lago di Levico43.66km from Monte Grappa

The Levico Lake is a lake in Trentino. It is located in the municipality of Levico Terme, a spa town, and near the Caldonazzo lake, from which it is separated by the Tenna hill.  Its banks host a lido and an adjoining park, as well as characteristic reeds. The lake is large enough to ensure relative climate mitigation, especially in the area closest to it.

Caves Caglieron43.92km from Monte Grappa

The Caglieron caves are located in the municipality of Fregona, province of Treviso, precisely in the locality of Breda. It is a series of cavities created partly by natural erosion activities and partly by human action. Natural erosion consists of a deep gorge carved by the Caglieron stream on alternating layers of limestone conglomerate, sandstone and marl from the Serravallian Miocene . You can admire numerous waterfalls, about ten meters high, with large potholes at the base.

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The area was a part of the Roman Empire until the 5th century AD. Although being a heavily industrialised region, tourism is one of its main economic resources; one-fifth of Italy's foreign tourism gravitates towards Veneto, which is the first region in Italy in terms of tourist presence, attracting over 60 million visitors every year, second after Emilia-Romagna in terms of hotel industry structures.