Altopiano di Asiago
The Eastern slopes of the Altopiano dei Sette Comuni rise up to the right of the Brenta river.
Wide and forested, it is home to several characteristic villages, most impressive of which is Asiago, a famous tourist centre. Traversed by the Val d’Assa, where you can visit the cave drawings attributed to prehistoric communities, the mountain was first inhabited in the zone around Rotzo, where settlements have been found. There have been other finds, perhaps Roman, in Lusiana and Enego. Other villages developed later on in the age of the Communes. Populated in the historical era of the Cimbri, people still speak the Germanic language of the population that has marked the culture of the local community, territorial heritage and social evolution right up until the present day. The plateau offers numerous opportunities for relaxation and fun in the summer, while in winter it is very popular for cross country and downhill skiing.