Veneto is located in Italy’s northeast and it extends from the wonderful Dolomites mountain chain to the shores of the Adriatic Sea. Among them you’ll find an expansive range of hills and a valley crossed by rivers, canals and the Po River Delta.
Veneto’s coast typical scenery is the lagoon landscape, and right on this lagoon stands a unique city in the entire world – Venice, visited by millions tourists from all over the world every year.
But Veneto also preserves on its mainland treasures of nature, art and traditions.
Veneto encases an extraordinary variety in its landscapes: from the Dolomites, with their amazing sunsets, to the eastern shore of Lake Garda, Verona and other tourist destinations. Long and sandy beaches alternate with famous seaside resorts like Jesolo, Cavallino and Bibione.
In this wonderful natural environment lies an amazing cultural heritage, which includes cities of art, the wonderful Palladian Villas disseminated along the Brenta Riviera, beautiful and small villages of Bassano del Grappa, Monselice and Asolo.
Veneto is also well-equipped for a comfort vacation, thanks to its thermal spas with natural therapeutic properties: Terme Euganee has the hottest natural water in the world (it reaches 87 ° C).
What to do:
Veneto region offers so many things to do and admire like a prodigious and varied nature, some of the greatest masterpieces of art in the entire world, beautiful smaller inland towns, passion for wine and typical delicious food. Let you be captivated by the beauty of Venice trough a walking tour, experience the thrill of a Gondola ride or discover the magic of Murano glass visiting a factoring.
In Verona, the City of Love, it’s possible to admire the legend of Romeo and Juliet visiting the most fascinating parts of the city.
Visit the wonderful Lake Garda taking part in a boat excursion trough the amazing Grotte of Catullo, Castello Scaligero and the ex-villa of Maria Callas.
Other interesting destinations are the Dolomites: the ideal world for ski enthusiasts, especially Cortina d’Ampezzo, the “pearl” of the Dolomites.
What to taste:
Discover the incredible tastes of Veneto: you can have a wine tour in Valpolicella tasting 4 historic wines with a taste of bread and olive oil. Other typical products are asparagus from Bassano del Grappa, red Trevisano radicchio and the world famous “Pandoro” of Verona, a traditional sweet yeast bread, popular at Christmas and New Year time.