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Where to stay in the Veneto

Seattle, Washington
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Where to stay in the Veneto

We'll be seven nights in Veneto. Our focus is Palladio architecture, but are eager to enjoy other historic sites as well as accommodations in a pleasant, historic, easy-to-walk area. Seeking advice on where to book a hotel: Verona, Padua, or Vicenza. All seven nights in one city, or perhaps split the stay into two towns? We'll be there mid-July. Any advice will be appreciated.

Thank you

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Adelaide, Australia
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1. Re: Where to stay in the Veneto

Check the region www.italia.it/en/discover-italy/veneto

Trains www.trenitalia.com/tcom-en

Accommodation www.booking.com www.bed-and-breakfast.it

Sydney, Australia
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2. Re: Where to stay in the Veneto

I think it would all depend on how you are planning to get around. If you have a hire car anywhere including Treviso is a great central location where you can do day journey. However if you are more reliant on train than you will need to look at the route and pick a town with a decent train station.

Verona and Padova are wonderful places with really nice places to stay and eat.

Seattle, Washington
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3. Re: Where to stay in the Veneto

Thanks for your replies. Not an easy decision, but we've ended up making arrangements in Vicenza.

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