The province of Vicenza is in the Veneto region of Italy home to a population of 874,630 (as of 2012) and one of the richest provinces in Italy.
- Vicenza - the city of Palladio and a World Heritage Site. Home to beautiful medieval and Renaissance buildings such as the world famous Villa la Rotonda and the oldest covered theatre in the world the Teatro Olimpico
- Bassano del Grappa - nice picturesque town home to Palladio's wooden bridge called Ponte Vecchio and birthplace of the alcoholic beverage Grappa
- Marostica - beautiful castle town perched on top of a hill and home to a world-famous living chess game
- Thiene - small town with a medieval centre and nice castle
- Asiago - situated on a plateau surrounded by nature and mountains and home to the world-famous Asiago cheese, also site of a major battle between Austria and Italy during WWI.
- Palladian Villas - a Unesco World Heritage Site comprising many Renaissance villas built by the famous architect Andrea Palladio and scattered throughout the province
- Strada delle 52 Gallerie - a WWI military road dug out of the Pasubio mountain's side, now a really nice path for trekking reaching up to 2000m
- Berici Hills - a series of low hills with a few villages scattered around and some nice sceneries to be seen especially looking north towards the Alps