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Help with 8 Days Padua to Dolomites

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We're planning a vacation, at the end of August, in a region I know very little about - The Veneto. After reading what I could in the Forum and online I culled together from, older posts, a sketchy first shot at an itinerary. We have about 8 or 9 days to spend in the countryside and two or three days in Venice (which I can post for help separately).

My wife and I enjoy renting a car and driving through the scenic countryside, stopping at small interesting towns and getting a feel for life in the region. We like 15th century and earlier art but are more apt to visit an old church or palace than a museum.

So here is a list from which I hope you can make any recommendations you feel helpful, including where to stay, alternate or additional places to see, special places to eat, best routes to take, etc. We're willing to stay in a few different places as necessary to keep daily roundtrips reasonable. ( as of our last trip we finally learned to travel with just a carry-on and small backpack)

Padua, Vicenza, Asolo, Bassano del Grappa, Valdobiadene, Conegliano, Belluno, Dolomites and Venice.

Thanks
ps As this all began from a friend telling us about Conegliano - it should stay on the list..

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