Mountains, cities of art, expanses of vineyards, spas, lakes and the sea.
Veneto is a region with a thousand faces able to conquer every visitor with ancient stories, artistic suggestions, artisan traditions and food and wine with authentic flavors, which evoke not only the glories of the Serenissima Republic of Venice, but also of the numerous local identities that inhabit.
Palladian Basilica in Vicenza
The city of Schio
Accomodation – From the luxury hotels in Venice, Verona, Padua, Treviso and Vicenza, to the high altitude mountain huts in the Dolomites, passing through the farmhouses immersed in the countryside and the resorts in the area of the Euganean Spas: the Venetian hotel accommodations meet the needs of every traveler with solutions for every budget.
Food – Venetian cuisine is a set of genuine flavors and its main ingredients have their origins in rural traditions. Rice, for example, is cooked in over forty different ways and one of the most popular dishes are “risi e bisi”. Polenta is a mainstay of Venetian cuisine as well as cod and radicchio. Excellent also salami and cheeses still produced following ancient methods handed down from generation to generation.
Flying to Veneto – The region has three airports where both international and domestic flights will land. Venice airport, Marco Polo, the third Italian airport hub that connects Veneto to the rest of the world; the Valerio Catullo in Verona from which many connections depart for Europe and other foreign locations, and the San Giuseppe di Treviso on which national, low cost and charter flights land.
Getting around – In Veneto you can get there by car, train and ship thanks to the port of Venice. The entire regional territory is connected by roads, cycle paths, railways capable of connecting coastal areas with cities of art and the mountains.
Suggested daily budget – around 20 to 100 EUR