ITALY  |  Veneto, Italy Travel Guide
Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Veneto , Italy


Destinations in Veneto (9)

  • Beach Towns of Veneto, Italy

    Bibione, Caorle and Jesolo are among the Adriatic Coast’s most popular beach towns between Venice and Trieste. Although they are all great places to enjoy the sun and the sand and have a developed tourism industry with a wide range of...

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  • Belluno, Italy

    Belluno is a richly diverse province, from its more densely populated southern district between Feltre and Longarone, where the land rises steadily through the valleys and dense forests, to the crests of the jagged Dolomite...

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  • Padua, Italy

    Padua, situated at the confluence of the Brenta and Bacchiglione Rivers, was originally established as a fisherman’ s village in the fourth century BC. Later on, during the Roman period known as Patavium, it was...

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  • Rovigo, Italy

    Rovigo is easily the least known of Veneto’s provincial capitals and thus the least visited. Consequently, this medieval industrial town surrounded by flatlands has a remarkably different pulse than its counterparts. Still, even...

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  • Treviso, Italy

    Treviso, a small city once allied to Venice, is a colorful medieval market town and a lively cultural center that is off the beaten path for most travelers, leaving it virtually untouched by the tourism industry and a real...

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  • Venice, Italy

    Venice, Venezia in Italian, is arguably the most romantic city in the world. It sits on a lagoon, crisscrossed by canals navigated by gondoliers in sleek, black gondolas, with centuries-old palaces heaped with art and...

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  • Verona, Italy

    Verona, a cosmopolitan city with a historic core, is notable for its associations to Romeo and Juliet, the world's most famous lovers. The story of Romeo and Juliet first appeared in the 16th century in Luigi da Porto's novella...

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  • Vicenza, Italy

    Vicenza is an important Renaissance city with an impressive number of buildings dating back to the 1500s, many of them attributed to Andrea Palladio. It was during this period that Andrea di Pietro della Gondola came to Vicenza...

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