Since 1994 declared UNESCO World Heritage by UNESCO, Vicenza is adorned with a majestic architecture, that draws every corner with just one name: Andrea Palladio. Here the architectural genius has left the most obvious sign of its art, which today we can admire in buildings of unmistakable elegance. Among them is the Palladian Basilica, from whose top floor you can enjoy an exciting view of the three squares below and the splendid Loggia del Capitanio, Piazza dei Signori, Palazzo Chiericati, an ancient noble residence, the Olympic Theater: the first and oldest covered
theater on permanent basis of the modern era, and then the Sanctuary of the Madonna of Monte Berico, which dominates the city from the hill to the southwest; ...there are so many Roman ruins, churches and sacred places.
Vicenza is reachable from Jesolo (about 100 km) by car, just take the beltway of Mestre and driving on to Milan, or by train from San Donà di Piave, a town twenty minutes far by car from the Hotel Germania in Jesolo.