Asolo (Veneto)

Asolo is a town in the Veneto Region of Northern Italy. It is known as "The Pearl of the province of Treviso", and also as "The City of a Hundred Horizons" for its mountain settings. It’s one of the most beautiful 'Borghi d'Italia' (villages in Italy). Originally the town had been settled by the Veneti and in the early Middle Ages it was under the possession of the Ezzelino family. Asolo had been under the possession of the Republic of Venice. The center point of the town is the main piazza of Asolo, Piazza Garibaldi which has a beautiful 16th-century fountain and is the most active part of the town. The castle, the fortress, the theater, the Palazzo della Ragione and the City Museum are all located close to the square. The famous Asolo Theater was built here in 1798 by Antonio Locatelli. The Asolo area produces excellent certified wines. The local dishes include risotto, rabbit, omelet with salami, cornmeal mush, goose, red chicory with lard and other dishes influenced by the Venetian tradition.

Veneto Highlights

Travel Guide

What you can't miss in Veneto

Where is Asolo

Top Experiences in Veneto

Best places to stay in Veneto

Properties for sale in Veneto

Apartment in Livinallongo del Col di Lana
Semi-detached in Belluno
in Padova
Apartment in San Vito di Cadore
Apartment in Venice
Apartment in Venice
Apartment in Venice
Apartment in Venice

Recipes From Veneto


Bigoli (or bigoi in the Veneto dialect) are a thick, spaghetti-like pasta typical of the Veneto and eastern Lombardy.


Our writer Cindy gives us the best recipe for homemade whole-grain 'tagliatelle,' a fresh pasta that is easier to make then it seems, from the northern and central areas of Italy 

The most notable and frequently-made cocktail by professional bartenders around the world
The typical Venetian Carnival sweet.

What others are saying about Veneto


I am an american Now Living in Rovigo with my husband.We are here while he gets his dual citizenship !

We have been to many places in Bella Italia ! We are thinking about new places to visit for a 1 or 2 night stay .

Any suggestions would be so so much appreciated 

Which is the nicer village to base oneself in either Trichiana or Mel in the area of Belluno. Is there an outdoor pool that one can use if renting for a few months?

Hello everyone! We're working on the fall issue of Bellissimo magazine and are will be covering all that is captivating and curious about the region of Veneto.