Hotel Canon d’Oro is only a few kilometres away from one of the world's most romantic and fascinating cities: Venice. A unique city that hides evocative corners, priceless cultural and artistic heritage, centuries-old traditions that will make you travel back in time Get lost among its “calli” and canals as you admire treasures such as Piazza San Marco and its basilica, the Bell Tower, Palazzo Ducale, and Museo Correr. Let yourself be seduced by the gondolas that glide along the canals and observe the city from a unique point of view.
Stop at a typical osteria and taste something local. Don't forget to go on a walk between the Rialto Bridge and Riva degli Schiavoni.
Immerse yourself in this city that respects the past, lives in the present and looks to the future.
Majestic peaks rising from the Alps, the Dolomites are an example of exceptional natural beauty that fascinates artists and travellers from all over the world. At sunset visitors can admire the fascinating phenomenon called “enrosadira” or alpenglow, when the mountains acquire a reddish glow, creating a touching atmosphere. In less than an hour and a half by car from the Hotel Canon d’Oro travellers can get to and visit the Queen of the Dolomites, the town of Cortina d’Ampezzo.
A town that sprouts between the laguna and the hills, where karst topography, hilly areas, swamp territories, large expanses of green and countless rivers all meet. A medieval city suspended in time, with its historic buildings, medieval walls, a labyrinth of graceful canals, and narrow cobbled streets.
Famous in Italy for its culinary tradition, such as the tiramisù, as well as for its artists and painters over the years, such as G. Bellini, Lotto, Titian, and J. Bassano.
Seducing and intriguing, Asolo is a medieval hamlet with centuries of history. Defined by Giosuè Carducci as “the City of a Hundred Horizons” for its magnificent views and landscapes that have awed and enchanted artists from all over Italy and Europe.
A little gem waiting to be discovered on foot, without hurry, amongst the streets of the historical centre, tasting typical products of the territory such as Asolo Prosecco Superior.
Located in the heart of the Veneto region, between Venice and Verona, Padua is a hub of great artistic and cultural traditions. Walking along its streets, beneath the porticoes, is the best way to discover its architectural and religious treasures. A lively city that touches visitors with its beautiful Prato della Valle, the Santa Giustina church, the basilica of Saint Anthony, the Palazzo della Ragione, Piazza delle Erbe and Cappella degli Scrovegni, not to mention the Orto Botanico.
Discover all of the city's wine and gastronomic itineraries and taste the delicious wines and dishes of the local tradition.