The territory of Asolo and the province of Treviso are able to satisfy the most varied preferences.
Lovers of art and culture can visit the museum in Asolo with the remains of the ancient Roman city and the section dedicated to Eleonora Duse, the Cathedral with paintings by Lorenzo Lotto, Jacopo Bassano and bridging said Sebastiano Bastiani and finally walk the ancient streets up to go to the medieval fortress on the top of Mount Ricco, the symbol of Asolo.
Those who enjoy walking in nature, can walk the many paths through the hills on foot or by mountain bike.
The more adventurous can explore the Brenta River rafting in its waters (http://www.raftingtovi.it).
In fine weather, go absolutely a boat ride along the Sile (http://www.navigazionestefanato.it).
Nearby you can visit the charming Palladian villas Villa Barbaro at Maser (http://www.villadimaser.it) and Villa Emo in Fanzolo (http://www.villaemo.org).
Do not forget a visit to the nearby towns of Bassano del Grappa, beautifully situated along the Brenta River can be admired from the famous Ponte degli Alpini (http://www.vivibassano.it), Marostica with its central square where every two years takes place the famous chess match http://www.marosticascacchi.it) and Castelfranco Veneto, the city of Giorgione, in whose cathedral it has preserved a wonderful Pala.
You can then go to Treviso to admire this beautiful town built on the river Sile and Cagnano to appreciate the culinary delights and why not, for a while shopping (http://turismo.provincia.treviso.it).
The culinary specialties of the province are also worthy of you taste (Radicchio, Grappa, Prosecco, cheeses, cold meats).
Do not forget a visit to Valdobbiadene, home of Prosecco Doc, for a visit to the cellars.