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By far my favorite street in Vicenza. It is a longer road with more boutique style shops and really wonderful restaurants and cafes. The architecture along the road is just simple beautiful. In the spring and summer a lot of people's plants from their windows...More
One of Vicenza's main roads, branches off from the main drag Corso Palladio.
Full of shops, bars, ice-cream parlours, etc.
Also has many interesting buildings, such as the Palazzo Valmarana Braga and the San Lorenzo church.
This street strikes out of town in a different direction from the center, but is lined with very lovely old buildings the whole way to the old gate at the end. It is really worth the walk if you have the time. It is not...More
Nice to walk along, quiet, shops, restaurants, cobblestone streets, not a lot of traffic, you branch of to little laneways, Vicenza was a lovely quiet town after the hustle and bustle of London , Paris and Barcelona.
It's quite well known that the straightforward "Corso Palladio", the central Vicenza's street, today lined with the most elegant shops and the most popular for strolling especially in the afternoon, corresponds to the urban stretch of the "Via Postumia", the ancient Roman road linking Genoa...More