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Very nice visit and shopping under the arcades to take advantage of the shade. Lovely city close to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Selma C
Nyon, Switzerland
The historic main street of Vicenza

Corso Palladio, justly named after Andrea Palladio, the famous 16th century architect, whose... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Corso Palladio, 36100 Vicenza, Italy
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very nice visit and shopping under the arcades to take advantage of the shade. Lovely city close to Venice and Verona.

Thank Selma C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Corso Palladio, justly named after Andrea Palladio, the famous 16th century architect, whose influence is still noticeable today and graced Vicenza and surroundings with many beautiful buildings, is the historic main street of Vicenza. From this street you can reach most of the points of...More

Thank Hendrik_NL
Reviewed 3 June 2018

Shop, look at the historical buildings, go in a church, or just take a most pleasant walk through the main drag of Vicenza which is a pedestrian zone. Use it to get to other famous places like museums or piazzas that you want to visit....More

Thank unclelouie
Reviewed 10 January 2018

Vicenza is a great secret....Without the big tourist draws of the larger cities, along the Corso Palladio, the main street, are chain stores and unique stores selling high quality products - housewares to clothing and accessories. Some of the blocks are sheltered under arcades -...More

1  Thank garyp281
Reviewed 28 December 2017

This is the main shopping street in Vicenza's historic and pedestrian city center. Its architecture, shops, and eating places are elegant. Yet, there's everything here from gourmet food shops, to upscale Italian designer shops, to international chains like H&M. It's packed day and night with...More

Thank PacePace
Reviewed 12 December 2017

If you are interested in architecture or just love strolling down an elegant street, a walk down Corso Palladio is a must. Each and every building is lovely, and there are many side streets to explore. A walk from the city wall down to Teatro...More

Thank KPfeff
Reviewed 24 October 2017

This very central street dedicated to the famous architect Palladio, who designed and built some UNESCO heritage villas in Vicenza or in the neighbouring countryside is elegant, quiet and with good shops. Ideal to have a walk and relax and to experience this very nice...More

Thank geoch1
Reviewed 16 August 2017

This is a very nice pedestrian street with lots of cafes and places to eat or have gelato. There are nice stores for shopping too.

Thank travelhoundGreece
Reviewed 29 September 2016

The Corso is the main thoroughfare in Vicenza. If you arrive by train, walk down Via Roma and turn right through the Roman city gate, then you’re at the beginning of the Corso Palladio. Although traffic does run along at least some parts of the...More

1  Thank PJandSJ
Reviewed 13 August 2016

Superb architecture with beautiful porticoes and painted buildings complete with balconies and statues. Leads from the main city gate to the Teatro Olimpico.

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