In this chapter we discuss one of the most beautiful villages in Valsugana, located along the Brenta river and between the high rocky walls, Valstagna.

Going up the Valsugana Valley we arrive at the town of Valstagna, a lively and characteristic village, which extends on the right side of the Brenta river. In the past it was a fluvial and commercial port of the Seven Municipalities Plateau, as the eighteenth-century emblem of the municipality points out. "... We start from the Val Brenta, underneath sharp little peaks, at the point where the valley - for those coming from Bassano - seems to split in two, at the height of a village called Valstagna, with its wall of old houses on the edge of the embankment “ said Paolo Rumiz.


Behind the village of Valstagna there is a special path called Calà del Sasso, consisting of 4444 steps and a concave stone channel, which was used to make the descent of the trunks possible. It was commissioned by Gian Galeazzo Visconti XIV, as an alternative to a mule track, with the aim of connecting the village of Valstagna with the hamlet of Sasso di Asiago, on the Seven Municipalities Plateau. In fact, once the Serenissima conserved every tree of its possessions, dedicating particular attention to it, investing resources in forestry and improving forest management systems, many of which are still in operation today.


The trunks of the Asiago plateau descended downstream, through the canal built alongside the famous Calà del Sasso path, along the Brenta river to the arsenal of Venice. The need for wood from the Serenissima was immense, they served to consolidate the damage of the storms, for the foundations of the city, for the construction of the ships, for the fires of the glassworks, for heating and so on.

Not to be missed in the area is the Valsugana cycle path, an eighty kilometer route intended for those who love enjoying the landscapes on a bike. This route follows the course of the Brenta river through its high rocky walls, the green valleys and the villages of the valley.

Calà del Sasso - Valstagna

The track winds along a mostly flat route that from Bassano del Grappa reaches Lake Caldonazzo and, for the more trained, continues through the Alps to Germany. Valstagna attracts canoe and kayak enthusiasts all over the year, both from Italy and Europe, who have the opportunity here to express themselves and practice thanks to the tumultuous paths of the Brenta River. Do not miss the "Palio delle Zattere" characteristic event that takes place on the last Sunday of July.



The Valsugana

One of the most beautiful valleys in the Veneto region, marked by stories, legends and traditions.


The Vicenza Province

Famous for the nicknames about cats.


It is one of the most industrialized and richest areas in Italy but, at the same time, still maintains many green and wild areas. You’ll beamazed by the charm of this city thanks to its Palladian villas, sumptuous palaces, the great green valleys that run throughout the territory, such as the Valsugana, and the great enchanted woods of the Seven Municipalities Plateau. Do not miss the typical towns of Vicenza, set in the territory as precious diamonds, which preserve works and typical products of the highest prestige. This province, famous for the nicknames about cats, will surprise you day by day for its artistic beauties scattered throughout the territory. Plan your holidays in the province of Vicenza, our tips and suggestive photographs will help you to take the right path for your trip.



The Veneto Region, nestled in the north-east of Italy, is a mix of history and traditions and, all of it, is enriched by the liveliness of its inhabitants and by a wide range of typical products all to be savored. From the highest peaks of the Dolomites, he embraces and welcomes each visitor with brotherly warmth, accommodating him among the many lounges of his cities of art, giving him unforgettable emotions. Turning between the pages of this site, you can organize your next holidays in the Veneto region and thanks to the many photos published, everything will be very simple.


In this chapter we discuss Sport, that is, from the easiest sports activities for families to the most complex and demanding ones.


In this chapter we discuss the incredible world of Venetian cuisine, from the typical local products to the recipes typical of our mothers.


In this chapter we discuss the Nature that surrounds us, a territory rich in biodiversity and particularly fragile, therefore absolutely to be respected.


In this chapter we discuss the history which, over time, has transformed, shaped and marked the territory of the Veneto region.


In this chapter we treat My Way, a useful window to start planning and defining a nice weekend among the wonders of the Veneto region.