Make it onto Italy with a campervan hire from Salamanda. Discover the country’s beauty as you start your trip from Vicenza. We offer great deals and special discounts that go with our wide variety of vehicles that you can choose from. When you hire a campervan, there's no need to book another accommodation, because you’re covered.
Take your campervan for a drive and take it to your next destination. There are numerous airports serving the city through both international and domestic flights such as the Trissino Airport in Vicenza, Valerio Catullo Airport in Verona (48 km away) and Marco Polo Airport in Venice (63 km away), to name a few.
Vicenza is one of Italy’s cities owing to its steel and textile industries and also mainly because the country’s gold and jewelry production, which has the largest share in Vecena, boosting its economy. the engineering and computer industry is an important sector that helped place Vicenza among the top ranking cities.
Still, Vicenza has been able to preserve its cultural heritage and has become a cosmopolitan with its many museums, art galleries, piazzas and villages and palaces. The city has also earned a UNESCO World Heritage site status since 1994.
The city may be best known due to its Palladian style architecture and is even known as the City of Palladio. The latter was an architect who designed buildings and villas in the city. Andrea Palladio is widely considered to be the most influential individual in the history of Western architecture. His works include villas, palaces and churches all over Italy in places like Venice, Padua (Padova), and, of course, in Vicenza.
One of Palladio’s most widely known designs is the Teatro Olimpico, his very last one. Palladio died only six month’s into the theatre’s construction and was continued by Vincenzo Scamozzi. The theatre is now the oldest surviving stage set still in existence and is one of the three only Renaissance theatres remaining.
Among other things you can do and places to visit are the Strada delle 52 Gallerie al Monte Pasubio, the Basilica Palladiana, Piazza di Signori, Santuario della Madonna di Monte Berico and the Gallerie di Palazzo Leoni Montanari.