Bassano del Grappa

Artistic and cultural tradition

Bassano del Grappa, a town of over 40,000 inhabitants, is a land of great history and boasts an extensive artistic and cultural tradition.

The city carefully guards the heritage that has been handed down to us over the centuries, for example Ponte degli Alpini, a covered wooden bridge designed by Andrea Palladio, or the works of Jacopo da Ponte, Antonio Canova, Veronese and the Remondini family’s prints.

Other attractions in the city include the Ezzelini Castle, the Civic Tower, the Grappa Museum, the Hemingway and Great War Museum and the famous Ossuary Temple.

Bassano also boasts an exceptional gastronomic tradition: the white asparagus in spring becomes the star of a true festival with dedicated events and tastings, the salt cod is now a real must, and a must stop at the Nardini distillery to taste the famous Mezzo e Mezzo and the various local Grappas.