Known for its unique architecture characterised by canals and bridges, its Carnival and its film festival with many stars, Venice has much to offer besides the world-famous tourist attractions.
The islands of Venice to visit are located between the north and south lagoons. Here, the landscapes of the ‘semi-emergent lands’ change with the tides and the seasons.
Those who visit Treviso for the first time are likely to fall in love with it immediately: its many romantic, typically Venetian views, with period houses reflected in the unravelling of the many canals that criss-cross the city; its historic centre rich in architectural gems and framed by the characteristic panorama; its renowned cuisine, which makes Treviso one of the undisputed homelands of Venetian cuisine.
An ancient university city, Padova boasts numerous testimonies of a glorious cultural and artistic past, making it a destination for tourists from all over the world. Padova is also known throughout the world as the city of Saint Anthony. Padova is home to the famous Scrovegni Chapel, which houses a celebrated cycle of frescoes by Giotto and is considered one of the masterpieces of western art.
One cannot go to Verona without seeing its world-famous Arena, the Basilica of San Zeno and, for the romantics, Juliet’s Balcony. The Arena is undoubtedly Verona’s most famous piece of architecture, known and visited all over the world.