Hotel Villa Soligo is situated in the DOCG Prosecco Hills, at Farra di Soligo. The hotel is the ideal starting point for visiting artistic cities, the Dolomites and the Veneto coastal resorts. Venice, Treviso, Verona, Padua, Cortina d’Ampezzo and Jesolo are all easily reached by car from the Hotel Villa Soligo and are ideal for a day trip. Simply not to be missed: the splendid Ville Venete, an architectural and cultural legacy that has come down over the centuries from the Veneto aristocracy who were part of the Serenissima Repubblica di Venezia, and the Antonio Canova Museum at Passagno di Treviso, where you can admire important examples of his work and art.
From Villa Soligo, just a few minutes’ drive along the roads winding through the vineyards takes you to the most important wineries that produce DOCG Prosecco. This Prosecco area close to our hotel is popular with wine experts throughout the world, who come to inspect the wineries and analyse the local wines. Everywhere you go will bring you pleasant surprises and strong sensations.
Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Built on 118 islands, the romantic city of the Grand Canal and 435 bridges, it is just 70 km from Villa Soligo. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Venice is certainly worth a day trip to marvel at the wonders of this open-air museum.
If you want to see a special city, a two-hour drive will take you from Villa Soligo to Trieste. This city, the capital of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, is rich in history, an enchanted place that narrates tales of the sea. A must is a visit to the huge city square, Piazza Unità d’Italia, which stands right on the sea front, and to the Miramare Castle.
From Villa Soligo it doesn’t take long to reach the Veneto beaches on the Adriatic Sea; Jesolo is just an hour’s drive away. This city is one of Veneto’s most famous coastal resorts and every year its long sandy beach hosts thousands of tourists from all over the world. Sunny beaches, shopping, sport, nightlife – everyone can choose their entertainment and way of relaxing.
Villa Soligo is the ideal starting point for mountain lovers to visit the Dolomites. Going north along the SS51 road, at 105 km from our hotel lies the pearl of the Dolomites, Cortina d’Ampezzo. This is one of the most attractive, renowned ski resorts in Italy, the mountain resort with a capital M, and it’s an easy drive away from our hotel. For shopping fans, Cortina has a host of luxury shops and fashionable bars and clubs. A day in Cortina will surely not disappoint you.
The Ville Venete are situated all over the region’s territory. The most attractive and renowned ones are concentrated along the Riviera del Brenta, between Venice and Treviso along the Terraglio road, and set in a unique landscape in the hills of Vicenza, Padua, Treviso and Verona. Many of these historic dwellings can be visited and you can create itineraries dedicated to exploring the mansions designed by Palladio and decorated with frescoes by Veronese or Tiepolo, standing in magnificent, centuries’ old gardens. The most popular are VILLA PISANI, VILLA WIDMANN, VILLA BARBARO, VILLA EMO, VILLA CONTARINI, VILLA BARBARIGO, VILLA LA ROTONDA, and VILLA DEI VESCOVI.
The great neoclassical sculptor and painter, Antonio Canova, was born at Passagno in the province of Treviso on 1 November 1757. The Possagno museum is dedicated to Antonio Canova and displays a complete picture of the sculptor’s art and life: statues, plaster cast models, sculptures, reliefs, preparatory drawings, paintings, sketches, and his work tools all tell us his story of a life dedicated to art and beauty. A lively, innovative venue, the museum is one of the most popular in Veneto. You can visit archives, libraries, and the study centre as you explore the ‘Canova complex’.