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brezza - would like your advise on Bassano!

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Hello brezza,

I saw one of your postings here on Fodors where you stated you are from Bassano del Grappa. I am planning to go there (from Venice) but would like to know if I can add Asolo and Marostica in the same day. Is it possible to do all three in a day via train and/or bus? Or will adding one town, say Asolo, be more realistic.

I found a tour company that has all three but it's pretty pricey (although I can afford it). The one nice thing about the tour (8.5 hours long) is that there is a maximum of 8 people, there is also a visit to a villa, and the tour ends with a visit to a vineyards. However, I don't want to be on a tour (I'm an independent traveler) especially if we are rushed from one town to the next.

Thank you!

Monica ((F))

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