Visit the beauties of Veneto with Italo
Thanks to the connections with the Trenitalia regional trains, you can easily reach the most beautiful places in Veneto starting from the cities of the Italo network.
Discovering the most beautiful destinations in Veneto with Italo
Thanks to the connections with the Verona and Venice high-speed stations, you can reach all the main towns in Veneto.
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Discover all the places of interest to visit in Veneto
Veneto is one of the most beautiful and visited regions in Italy thanks to its vast territory that includes sea, mountains, lakes, cities of art, hills, villages, spas and the Po river delta. It has a strategic position for connections between Italy and Europe and is a tourist destination region par excellence in which to admire its landscape, historical, artistic and architectural heritage of the glorious years of the Serenissima Republic. Veneto is equipped with excellent modern and efficient tourist services, rail links and three airports.
Start your journey in this splendid region to discover the wonders of Venice, the city of Romeo and Juliet, the peaks of the Dolomites, unbridled fun in the discos of Jesolo and in the Gardaland Park, the point where the Po meets the Adriatic and of the splendid hilly landscapes that produce excellent wines.
You can visit Veneto in every season of the year. Your trip in spring and autumn is ideal for visiting the cities of art, while for a holiday by the sea or in the mountains, opt for the summer. If you are planning your winter holiday, on the other hand, the perfect destination is the Dolomites or a visit to Venice for the famous Carnival, the flagship event of the region, between February and March.
Then set off to discover Venice, the city built entirely on water and unique in the world. The attractions not to be missed are the splendid Piazza San Marco and the Basilica, the majestic Rialto Bridge, the Bridge of Sighs, the elegant Doge's Palace, the museums, the Grand Theater La Fenice, a romantic gondola or ferry tour circumnavigating the Grand Canal and then finish with a visit to the islands of the Venetian lagoon, Burano and Murano, famous for the traditions of glass and lace. If you visit the city during the Venice International Film Festival, a stop at the Lido of Venice is a must, one of the best known islands and the true watershed between the lagoon and the Adriatic Sea.
Another Venetian city to visit is Verona, a temple of opera and concerts thanks to the Arena and a symbol of eternal love thanks to the House of Juliet and that of Romeo, the two unfortunate lovers of William Shakespeare's immortal tragedy.
The ideal destination for a surprising holiday immersed in art is Padua, a cultured, rich city and a pilgrimage destination for its patron saint: St. Anthony. The attractions not to be missed are the Scrovegni Chapel, frescoed by Giotto, the splendid Basilica of Sant’Antonio with its treasures, Prato della Valle, the second largest square in Europe and a large number of museums. To be fully experienced is the popular soul of the city in its markets and in the indispensable evening ritual of the spritz.
If you love architecture, you cannot fail to visit Vicenza, a city that boasts the Olympic Theater, Villa la Rotonda and a monumental Palazzo Chiericati, all designed by Andrea Palladio, the artist who changed the history of architecture in the sixteenth century.
For a romantic weekend, you should definitely visit Treviso, an enchanting city of water and ideal for long riverside walks and for its rich calendar of events. Treviso also gave birth to the famous tiramisu, one of the most loved Italian desserts. To visit Piazza dei Signori, the Palazzo dei Trecento and the Loggia dei Cavalieri.
In Veneto you can enjoy breathtaking views thanks to the Dolomites and organize a dream mountain holiday in Cortina d'Ampezzo with ski slopes and trendy clubs. Another stop is Auronzo di Cadore to admire suggestive peaks and Lake Misurina to complete the Tour of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo on foot, a truly unique experience. Finally, you also reach Alleghe, a beautiful town at the foot of Monte Civetta.
If you plan your summer holiday in Veneto, spend it among Jesolo's sandy beaches, wide and equipped with modern services. In this town, hotels and apartments await you, as well as many shops, clubs and a fun nightlife. If, on the other hand, you want to relive the Venetian atmosphere, visit the seaside town of Caorle, for long walks and bike rides, reach Bibione and for the sand with beneficial properties, go to Sottomarina, a seaside hamlet of Chioggia.
For a relaxing trip in contact with nature do not miss the comfortable relaxation on the grassy beaches of Lake Garda or the beautiful walks along the lakefront, the magical itineraries by bike in Lazise and for a bit of trekking in the mountains, just get to Malcesine. In Valeggio sul Mincio you can visit the wonderful Sigurtà Garden Park. Also on the shores of Lake Garda, an important stop is Peschiera del Garda, a walled city in the shape of a star, the perfect destination for relaxing rides along the Mincio river. For some fun, head to one of the most famous amusement parks in Italy: Gardaland. But don't miss other parks as well, such as Caneva Aquapark, Movieland, LEGO Aquapark, Medieval Times and the SeaLife aquarium. If you are
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