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This marvelous bridge made in wood, named Ponte Degli Alpini, is dated from 1209, although it was rebuilt some times along the centuries. It is also called Ponte Vecchio, and the view one can enjoy from it, over the Brenta river and facing the Alpes...more
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We visited Bassano by train from Treviso - around 70 minute trip. Bassano del Grappa is a pretty mediaeval town in the Veneto region. On entering the town, we found a pretty square with an open air market in full swing in front of the...More
Nice bridge. You have to visit with a guided tour, otherwise you miss the main aspects.
At the end, there's a Grappa shop where you can enjoy thousands of grappa at decent price or you can just try a bit for free
This town and its charming bridge are just delightful. The bridge is currently being refurbished, but it doesn't make the pretty structure against the dramatic mountain backdrop any less beautiful.
There is a cute little restaurant nearby named Al Saiso and a grappa museum where...More
The bridge is under construction - on the bridge there are iron fences, but no work is being done, looks like it is stalled. Very nice to look and take pictures from the side, but no when you are on the bridge.
Bassano has an old center to the city and much larger new parts of town. But it was the old bridge that was designed by the famous late Renaissance architect Palladio that brought us to Bassano del Grappa. Yes, it had to be reworked after...More
We were staying in Treviso & took 2 trains to the Northen hills of Italy. It was well worth it & a great day trip. This is a famous landmark with the wooden bridge & the stone wall around the town. The bridge is made...More
The bridge was under extensive repair at the time we visited. The guide was eager to tell us that this was Palladio's famous wooden bridge. What we were not told was that it had been blown up in WW2 and this was almost a complete...More
This is NOT the same bridge that Palladio designed and constructed in 1569 - it has been through several incarnations!. But historically speaking, it is of great value as the only remaining extant example of Palladio's work beyond that of the magnificent Villas in the...More