The walls were completed in the late fourteenth century, with the lordship of Carrara, whereas before there were 2 castles, to Asolo and to Braida (la Rocca), perhaps surrounded by low walls. The fence Carrara (then served as defensive system even to the Republic of Venice), descends from the fortress to surround the city and welded to the fortifications of the Castle. It was a time of corredato 24 watchtowers.
- Rock (from April to October – only on Sundays from 10,00 to 19,00 – from November to March – Sundays only from 10,00 to 17,00 – July and August – Sundays only – from 10,00 to 12,00 and by 15,00 to 19,00).
- Castle of Queen Cornaro (only externally visible).
- Palazzo della Ragione (Museo Civico headquarters).
- Cathedral of Asolo (open before and after the religious ceremonies – from 9,00 to 12,00 and by 15,00 to 18,00).
- Palio – September.
- Procession of the Queen – October.
- Ancient festival of San Gottardo-May.
- Goblets of Stars – August.
- The taste Fucina – month October.
- Party dell'agricoltura – October.
Via Forestuzzo you enter the village to Port Loreggia. Continue along the road to Borgo Novello (now dedicated to R. Browning), lined with beautiful arcades and buildings, until you reach the Cathedral, at which you turn left.
In front of the facade is Palazzo della Loggia, (Today the Museum). I came out on the piazza along Via Cornaro, At its end is the entrance to the Castle, where he stayed from Caterina Cornaro 1489, with the Torre Mozza said Reata on the south-east (panorama).
From Piazza D'Annunzio continues by Dante (beautiful Gothic house at the end of the street) and by College (Villa Pasini on the right Scotti), at the end of which lies the former medieval convent of S. Peter. It therefore comes from the Gate of Col Marion, the only remaining intact in its medieval form.
From here you climb the cobbled street, for good stretch that runs along the walls of Carrara-blinds, to the Rock, with single tower verse is. Going back, continue remaining outside the walls until you reach the village of S. Catherine; it falls within the boundary of the Holy Spirit through port or S. Catherine, along Via Canova.
From the Piazza Maggiore (con fontana) you can go by Bembo, to skirt the walls up to the door Dieda and rejoin the route at Porta Loreggia.