what to visit in the surrounding area

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The hotel boasts a strategic position in an area where past and present meet. Veneto is a region rich in history and beauty, both natural and architectural, all to be discovered.
There are also countless opportunities for relaxing trips in the midst of nature, perhaps by bicycle, but also for stimulating guided tours of museums or for delicious food and wine itineraries.
So here’s what you can do during your stay at the Venice Palace Hotel.

Start right from here: our hotel is located in Mirano, just 20 minutes by car from Venice and Padua!

History is tangible in Mirano, in the territory that surrounds us, where the signs of Roman urbanization are still evident with the well-known Roman gridiron and where the rich Venetian Patricians built, in the golden ages from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, numerous and splendid Villas. Many are open to the public and you too can admire their architecture, the frescoes inside and the sumptuous gardens.
Close to the Miranese area we find the Brenta Riviera which is known for local craftsmanship, especially footwear, but also for design and furnishings, for fashion and clothing, for the luxury objects sector and for the oenological.
Venice (20 minutes by car) and its unparalleled charm. Venice is a magical city, and only those who have been there can truly understand why. A charm that seems to come from another planet, a place suspended in time, waiting to be discovered. A city that needs no introduction and that we will be able to introduce you to by giving you the best information on how to get there comfortably and how to fully enjoy its magnificent beauty.
Padua (20 minutes by car), a lively and refined city, home to one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Europe. Not to be missed: the Scrovegni Chapel, Palazzo del Bo', Prato della Valle, the Botanical Gardens and the Basilica of Sant'Antonio.
Treviso (30 minutes by car), a city to visit in every season, breathing in its quiet and admiring original views. The city has several canals because it is crossed by two rivers, the Sile and the Cagnan, and surrounded by ancient walls. Also famous for its radicchio and wines, to be discovered along the Prosecco route and in the numerous wineries.
The Riviera del Brenta, an ideal continuation of the Grand Canal, is a large hydrographic, urban and monumental complex with villas overlooking the waters, surrounded by parks and gardens worth a visit to enter an ancient dimension. Do not miss a trip to the famous Burchiello.