Located on the north-eastern corner of Italy, Veneto is an extremely versatile region, with a wide array of scenic highlights and activities to offer to its visitors.
You will be impressed noticing how rapidly the landscape of the region does change, ranging from the Alps, to the large and fertile Po Valley and from a vine-carpeted hilly area to the many lagoons and beautiful beaches of the Lake Garda.
Not to mention the historical and cultural heritage of this land which for centuries was the heart of the Venetian Republic.
Reaching Veneto is very easy thanks to the main airports of Venice “Marco Polo”, Verona “Valerio Catullo” and Treviso “Antonio Canova”, Venice Port and the extensive rail network which help connecting the region to the rest of Italy and to other countries.
As an alternative, the region can easily be reached by train.
Venice, the world’s most unique medieval city, will welcome you with the unforgettable sight. Admire St. Mark’s Square and its Basilica, the Doge’s Palace and the imposing bell tower. Get lost among the narrow lanes and the countless canals that branch out across the city.
Beyond Venice there is a whole world of beauty waiting for you. Do not miss the opportunity to discover Giotto’s frescoes in the Cappella degli Scrovegni in Padua, the Palladian villas along the Riviera del Brenta and Vicenza, the romantic city of Verona, on the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet.
Take a few more time to explore the hamlets, vineyards and valleys of the many winemaking regions, such as Valpolicella and Prosecco, and the medieval centres of Treviso and Bassano del Grappa.
If you are an active person, Veneto is the perfect place to do many different sporting activities. The beautiful Dolomites are the ideal place for skiing, hiking and climbing, while the sandy beaches of the Adriatic Cost are the ideal place for water lovers and for families.