IT - Veneto

Veneto is a region located in northeastern Italy and with the capital Venice.

To know
Thanks to a remarkable industrial development, it is today one of the richest regions in Italy. Thanks to its landscape, historical, artistic and architectural heritage it is, with over 15.7 million visitors and 63.4 million tourist presences per year, the most visited region in Italy (according to a 2011 statistic).

Culture and traditions.
Carnival – Venice Carnival, Veneto Carnival and Malo Carnival.

Other destinations
Bardolino – Location known for wine production.
Bassano del Grappa – Known for the distillation of grappas and for the ceramic factories but also, and above all, for the “Ponte di Bassano”; important battle point in the second world war.
Marostica – Known for its medieval castle, the Chess Game with living characters.
Monte Pasubio – known for the Strada delle 52 Gallerie, for the Sacred area (combat sites of the First World War).
Ski resorts

Monte Civetta district: Alleghe – Palafavera, Selva di Cadore and Val di Zoldo.
Cortina d’Ampezzo – renowned ski resort.
Beach resorts

Bibione – seaside and thermal center.
Caorle – seaside resort famous for its picturesque old town.
Garda – locality on the homonymous lake.
Jesolo – seaside resort known for its fun.

Thermal centers:
Abano Terme, Montegrotto Terme, Monti Lessini, Recoaro Terme, Natural parks

Regional natural park of the Ampezzo Dolomites
Belluno Dolomites National Park
Veneto regional park of the Po Delta.

What see:
Piazza San Marco, the canals, palaces and the Venice carnival
Murano island known for its artisan glass manufacturing, and the colorful island of Burano
Arena di Verona and Juliet’s Balcony in Verona
Church of Sant’Antonio, Church of Santa Giustina, Scrovegni Chapel and Botanical Garden in Padua
Palladio villas in Vicenza
Wine Museum Museum dedicated to the world of wine in Bardolino (Verona)
Itineraries through the history of villages and castles between Padua and Verona
Bike path of the Adige valley

What to do
Gardaland Amusement park in Castelnuovo del Garda (Verona) Boat trips along the Canals of Padua, the Brenta Riviera, the islands of the Venetian lagoon.

At the table.
Typical dishes and products from the Veneto region:
Cod Vicentina, casunziei, Venetian liver, Pasta and beans, Risotto with radicchio, rice and peas, Sopa coada, Bisata fried or stewed with polenta, Sardèe in saór, Tiramesu, Plier, Boiled Veronese with pearà

Among the most well-known Venetian products worthy of note are the Asiago and Montasio and Piave and Taleggio PDO cheeses, the radicchio di Treviso PGI, the Sopressa Vicentina DOP, the white asparagus of Cimadolmo PGI, the vialone nano Veronese PGI rice and Marostica PGI.

Among the best known wines of the region, Bardolino, Valpolicella, Prosecco, Soave and Amarone stand out.

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