The Duomo of Verona is located in the historic city center close to other tourist attractions such as the House of Juliet and the Torre Lamberti. From across the river Adige, near the Stone Bridge, you can see the tower from afar. Its facade is beautiful and the church is undoubtedly one the most beautiful in Verona. You can visit the inside for 2.5 €. If you have the Verona Card, admission is free. We could not see the entire inside as we arrived during mass but It is a highly recommended visit.
Vicenza Cathedral is dedicated to Santa Maria Annunziata and dates back to the thirteenth century, but it seems that it was constructed on the remains of a fifth century basilica. The facade was built in 1467, in light marble with pink ornmaments. The vault is believed to have been designed by Andrea Palladio in 1566. The vast interior has a single nave divided into five sections with vaulted ceilings, and the whole interior is full of paintings, stucco and altars sculpted by the great local artists of the Renaissance.
Padua is home to plenty of interesting churches with paintings inside, starting with the Scrovegni Chapel. The Baptistery of the cathedral dates back to the twelfth century and contains interesting frescoes that were completed in the fourteenth century by Giusto de Menabuoi.