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Covid-19 – Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety Program

We at Villa Cipriani have always been committed to providing our guests and our employees with the health and safety measures that ensured a stay free of concerns. And now in light of the Covid19 situation, we are even more focused on these important issues.

We are strictly adhering to the protocols and guidelines established by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Italian authorities. We have elevated the level of our already strict practices around food handling, sanitation, disinfection and cleaning, to ensure that we meet and exceed the government and global health organization recommended guidelines.

For many of us travel is a reward to our hard work, a time we look forward to relaxing and enjoying exploring new or old places, in the company of friends, family or on our own, a time to recharge our batteries to return to our lives full of creativity, and unforgettable memories.

As the world begins to regain control of the present crisis and we start dreaming of traveling again, Villa Cipriani will be ready to welcome you in a safe and healthy environment.

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Die Weinberge um Asolo im Veneto Villa of Maser The famous bridge of Bassano del Grappa with the town in the background Canovian Temple of Possagno The historical center of Marostica with the famous chessboard Photography of Treviso along the river Prosecco hills in Veneto Picturesque alley in the city of Padua along the river The olympic theater of Vicenza

Free time: Asolo and the nearby cities of art

Asolo is located in a strategic spot for visiting numerous places of historic and artistic interest and is fabulously located in the hills, with one of the most beautiful panoramas in the Veneto.

Villa Cipriani is the perfect starting point to discover all facets of the Veneto: excursions to the cities of art, interesting itineraries discovering architectural masterpieces, visits, and wine-tastings at Prosecco vineyards.

Just a few kilometres away are the Gipsoteca and the Temple of Antonio Canova in Possagno, or Bassano del Grappa with its beautiful Palladian bridge. A bit further away is Marostica with its famous Chess Square where a human chess game is played every two years. Of significant architectural interest is the Brion Tomb created by Carlo Scarpa in San Vito d’Altivole.

One hour from Vicenza and Padova, a little bit more from incomparable Venice, and a half hour from Treviso, you can visit some of the most famous villas of Andrea Palladio in the area, including Villa Barbaro in Maser or Villa Emo in Fanzolo.

Immersed in the lands of Prosecco Asolo DOCG and neighbors of the Prosecco hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene - a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2019 - the area offers a precious combination of cultural and gastronomic visits.

Art and Culture

Asolo has always been a place particularly appreciated and dear to artists and men of culture, and it still is to this day. Giosuè Carducci called it “the City with a hundred horizons.” The beauty and history of this city caused it to be recognised as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy.

Eleonora Duse stayed several times in Asolo and is buried here – at her request – in the small cemetery of Sant’Anna. It was visited by Gabriele D’Annunzio, Arturo Toscanini, and many other famous names and Robert Browning, Francesco Malipiero, and Freya Stark, among others, lived here.

There are various cultural events throughout the year.

In spring there is the International Festival of Classical Music "Malipiero Concerti", in June the Asolo Art Film Festival, in September the International Festival of Chamber Music "Incontri Asolani" and the Festival del Viaggiatore, a kermesse of cultural meetings located throughout the village with the Segafredo Zanetti Award “UN LIBRO UN FILM”, the first national award dedicated to narrative for the cinema.

During June, the Palio di Asolo and dei 100 Orizzonti takes place. In this competition, the neighbourhoods of Asolo compete, pulling Roman chariots along an uphill path of about 1800 metres.  The event began in 1993 to commemorate the arrival of Queen Catherine Cornaro in Asolo. Above the chariot, a girl in historical dress represents the queen who in 1489 entered triumphant in Asolo to take possession of her new dominion.

Every second Sunday, a historic and renowned antique market is held.

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