The town is 129 m above sea level, at the foot of the Altopiano di Asiago and of Mount Grappa.
The architectural context of this place is full of art: in the roads of the city centre there are works by famous authors like Palladio, Canova and Jacopo da Ponte.
The monument symbol of the city is the famous Ponte Vecchio, designed by Palladio, which tells the story of the Alpini (Italian mountain warfare) during the Great War.
The culinary tradition of the place is called “cucina povera”, meaning “the cuisine of the poor”, prepared with simple ingredients, such as pasta with beans, herb frittata and polenta with fried cheese, salted codfish or pork ribs.
As for the wine production, some varieties of red wines stand out, such as merlot and cabernet.