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Cazzago di Pianiga, Italy

A nice small town for an half day trip.. It is considered one of the best "borghi" of Italy!

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Cagliari, Italy

Beautifully located between the hills and the Dolomites, this small city was once (between the 15th and 16th centuries) ruled by Queen Caterina Cornaro, famous for having poisoned her husband. The main attractions are the surroundings as well as the well kept centre with its narrow streets.

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The beautiful ancient town of Asolo is up in the hills above Treviso and an easy day trip while staying at the Villa. Known as "The City of a Hundred Horizons" for its mountain settings.

The town was also home to the English poet Robert Browning, the actress Eleonora Duse, the explorer Freya Stark, the violinist Wilma Neruda and the composer Gian Francesco Malipiero.

Remains of an amphitheatre (in the Villa Freya) and of an aqueduct.
Rocca (castle, late 12th-early 13th centuries).
The Castle of Caterina Cornaro, now home to the Eleonora Duse theatre.
Palazzo della Ragione, housing the city's museum.
The Cathedral, built in 1747. In the interior is the Assunta altarpiece by Lorenzo Lotto.

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Nestling in an enchanting hilly landscape, Asolo is one of the best known and loveliest villages in Italy. Called “the city of a hundred horizons”, Asolo is famous for the beauty of its views that captured the heart of artists such as Hemingway, Browning and Eleonora Duse.

Highlights:
- Ancient walls and the fortress
- Theatre dedicated to Eleonora Duse
- Casa della Duse (Duse’s House)
- Medieval cathedral
- Via Browning where the English Poet once lived

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