Veneto, thanks to its vertical extension, guarantees a plurality of landscapes ranging from the sea to the hills to the fantastic Dolomites. Visit Venice and its canals, the hills of Treviso or the harmony of Verona: you will come back home with beauty in your heart.
Known for its unique architecture characterized by canals and bridges, for the Carnival and the film festival where many stars come together, Venice has much to offer besides the tourist attractions known throughout the world.
Piazza dei Signori, the most important square of Treviso, also known as the city of origin of Radicchio di Treviso (trevisano chicory) from which it takes its name.
You cannot miss going to Verona to visit the famous Arena theatre, the Basilica of San Zeno and Juliet’s balcony for the romantic souls.
Lio Piccolo is an unmissable stop on your list of what to see around Jesolo, especially if you love nature, tranquility and cycling. It will be the perfect opportunity to explore an area of the Lagoon unknown to most and alien to mass tourism.