Villaga and surroundings. Events and places to visit. Create your itinerary
Taste, art, historic villages or city centers, enchanting landscapes, there are many resources to live interesting experiences. Here, if you are in Villaga or you are planning to spend there, what we can tell you today or in the next few days between events, experiences and itineraries.
Whether there is the sun and the desire to be outdoors, or if the weather suggests you choose an indoor experience, search among the reports of events and food and wine festivals, but also of historic villages, cultural attractions and exhibitions of art.
We present you events and places of intersection in the territory of Villaga, but also events and possible itineraries that can be reached in half an hour or an hour by car or a little more. Our advice is to stimulate your curiosity at 360°. Taste local products, a glass of wine produced on the hills that we can observe closely, live a cultural experience!
Giorni di festa a Villaga
A Villaga si festeggia San Michele Arcangelo. La festa patronale è nel mese di September. La prossima festa del patrono a Villaga sarà il giorno 29 September 2022.
Events, festivals and places
Barbarano Vicentino is located on the slopes of the Berici Hills in the province of Vicenza. It is a member of the National Association of the City of Wine and the National... Read more
In Vicenza, five minutes from the historic center is Villa Valmarana ai Nani. The villa is visited every year by many tourists to admire the preserved frescoes by Giambattista... Read more
For those looking for a holiday or a weekend of relaxation and well-being, the Abano and Montegrotto Spas near Padua are for you. Here is the proposal of Ermitage Bel Air... Read more
Montagnana, in the province of Padua, is part of the Walled Cities of Veneto Association, has been included among the most beautiful villages in Italy, and can also boast... Read more
May 28, 2022 / June 02, 2022
In May the Marostica Cherry Festival takes place for a weekend between stands of typical local and artisan products, workshops, demonstrations, music, dances. Read more