Villa Valmarana ai Nani
If you're ever staying in Vicenza this is a must place to visit, built in 1669 this place oozes charm with beautiful Frescoes by Giambattista and Giandomenico Tiepol and gardens - as you drive up to the property you are greeted with cute stone statues of dwarfs lining the top of the fence - these, when they were put in place, were for the amusement for the owners daughter who herself had dwarfism (and if you read up on the history the owners also hired waiters and janitors that were also dwarves). At the end of looking through the museum, main house and gardens there is a cafe with an outdoor sitting area looking across the vas country side. If you sit there long enough you'll hear the church bells in the distance. Very enchanting place to visit.
At the end if you have time when you exit the property there is a dirt path/driveway that will take you to a main road (10min walk) where you can also visit Villa la Rotonda, built by Andrea Palladio - amazing architecture, garden and views!