The Veneto - Italy is the Italian region with greater touristic offer. You can find cities of art like Venice, Padua, Verona, Treviso, Vicenza.
The most beautiful mountains are here, the famous peaks of the Dolomites with their pink color.
The hills are decorated with pretty villages such as Asolo.
You can swim in one of its beaches, such as Jesolo or Lido di Venezia.
The food and wines are of excellent quality.
We will take you to discover all this and more.
The Dolomites mountain chains in Veneto Italy are characterized by the presence of dolomite,that give the characteristic pink color, present mainly in the Veneto and neighboring regions of Trentino-Alto Adige and Friuli. The Dolomites are named after the French naturalist Deodat de Dolomieu (1750-1801), who first studied the particular rock type predominates in the region, named in his honor dolomite, which consists primarily of (MgCa (CO3) 2) double carbonate calcium and magnesium.
The city of Treviso in the Veneto Italy plain rises to about 30 km from Venice in an area full of rivers and canals. The city in its Old Town has medioeval characteristic that, combined with the presence of water gives lovely views, especially at dusk.
Water has also inspired Dante in his Divine Comedy, in reference to Treviso states "dove Sile e Cagnan s'accompagnano" where the river Sile meets the river Cagnan.
Padua, a city of art and culture is famous for the recall due to the fame of St. Anthony, and for the famous paintings by Giotto in the Scrovegni Chapel.
In Padua has also established one of the oldest universities in the world.
Rich and vibrant city, with surroundings reaches a population of over 400000 inhabitants.
As reported in the historical notes at the beginning of the fifteenth century, many noble Venetians acquired land and began building houses in the countryside around Venice.
One of the most choices area is known as the Riviera del Brenta, which follows the course of the Brenta Canal, former Old Brenta from Stra to the mouth of the lagoon to Fusina.
The Naviglio thus became an important communication route between Venice and Padua, and in this area there are many Venetian villas that are built between the sixteenth and eighteenth century, reflecting the power of the Venetian nobility of the time.
Located on a set of islands connected to mainland by a bridge, crossed by canals with bridges, dotted with narrow streets and squares is similar to Venice, so the nickname Little Venice.
Chioggia is located about 50 km daVenezia, between the Venetian Lagoon and the Po delta
The main channel from the point of view of tourism is the Canal Vena, crossed by nine bridges overlooked by palaces and churches, as in Venice.
The most known bridge is Vigo Bridge, the last before the lagoon next to the square of the same name where, above a marble column, towers the Marciano Lion, symbol of the city of Chioggia
At the end of March will be held in Verona, in the space of Verona Fiere, the largest exhibition in the world dedicated to wine, VINITALY.
This event fits perfectly into the territory of Veneto in Italy, a land of great wine producers and competent connoisseurs of this precious drink.