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Location information for Vicenza

Vicenza is situated in the region of Veneto, Italy. It is in its own province called the Provincia di Vicenza. This is a medium-sized town that houses a population of around 110,000 people. This settlement dates back far into history, with remains left over from the Roman era. It was only after constant barbarian invasions stopped battering this area that the town became a significant municipality.

To visit this area, the nearest airports are Venice Marco Polo, Treviso Airport and Verona. The town can usually be reached in under 45 minutes, coming direct from Venice via a fast train or a cheap car hire in Vicenza Downtown. Padua is also about 20 minutes away from here by rail. Treviso to Vicenza will usually take a little over one hour.

Vicenza is a great area to be based for exploring this region of Italy, ranging from the west, Lake Garda, to the east, where Venice sits. Traveling these areas is particularly easy with a car rental in Vicenza Downtown. The city is a bustling cosmopolitan areas, mixed with a diverse history and culture. Hence, there are many museums, piazzas, villas, art galleries and churches to keep visitors busy.

Arranging a car hire in Vicenza Downtown really couldn't be easier, as you can call, book online or pop into a local dealer. We generally recommend booking online, as this is how you can usually find the best deals. Online agents can compare many prices in one click, making it easy and clear for a user to see the best deals.

During 1994 UNESCO added Vicenza (City of Palladio) to its list for World Heritage Sites. UNESCO never adds somewhere for the sake of it, so this is a good reference for why you should consider exploring this areas. The history alone makes the experience one to remember.