Santorso is a town of over 5,000 inhabitants, which covers an area of 13 km². Its inhabitants are called the Orsiani. The common is situated at the foot of Mount Summano, which characterizes its landscape, along with the thousand-year history.
Schio is a town of about 40,000 inhabitants, which covers an area of 67 km². Its inhabitants are called the Scledensi. Schio represents the industrial-commercial "pole" of Alto Vicentino, and it is a town in continuous economic and social development. It is the largest municipality in the province of Vicenza, located at the mouth of Val Leogra, surrounded by a clear amphitheatre of hills and Pre-Alps.
Tonezza del Cimone is a town of about 600 inhabitants, which covers an area of 14 km² at an average altitude of 991 meters above sea level. Its inhabitants are called the Tonezzani. The plateau is known for its beautiful trails immersed in nature.
Valstagna is a town of about 1,800 inhabitants, which covers an area of 26 km². Its inhabitants are called the Valstagnesi. The town is located along the Valsugana, and is crossed by the river of Brenta, which over the centuries has carved the rock, on which man created the typical terraces. For this reason, the town is located in a breathtaking natural environment.
Valdagno is a city of about 27,000 inhabitants, which covers an area of 50 km², with territorial height differences ranging from 214 to 1340 meters above sea level. It is famous for its industrial archaeology and known for its textile mills of the Marzotto family, present in the city since 1836. The city experienced a very strong industrial growth thanks to the wool industry. The hegemony of the Marzotto family led to the creation of the "Social City", a project commissioned by Gaetano Marzotto and designed by architect Francesco Bonfanti starting from the early '30s as a model of integration between manufacture and society. In the '50s, the Marzotto Award was established, which for about twenty years gathered in the city artists and internationally renowned experts.