Filled with numerous natural, artistic, and cultural treasures, Veneto offers a unique variety of landscapes: from the Dolomites, painted pink by the sunset, to the eastern shore of Lake Garda, which contains Peschiera del Garda, Torri del Benaco, and other tourist centers, in addition to the long, sandy shores of the seaside, interrupted by historic beach resorts like Jesolo, Bibione, Cavallino, and Caorle.
There are many jewels to be found in this one-of-a-kind region: cities of art, the astonishing “ville palladiane” scattered along the Brenta Riviera, small villages like Arquà Petrarca, Monselice, Asolo, and Bassano del Grappa, just to name a few, not to mention the relaxing, rejuvenating thermal resorts of the Terme Euganee on the Colli Euganei, like Albano, Montegrotto, and Teolo.
Veneto is located in northeastern Italy. Running from the Dolomites to the Adriatic Sea, it intersects a wide hill belt and plain crossed by rivers, canals, and the River Po delta.
The shore is characterized by the Venetian Lagoon, a flat terrain made up of marshes, ponds, and islands, from which rises historic Venice. There’s no other city like it in the world—perhaps that’s why every year thousands of Italian and foreign tourists flock to its wondrous, floating architecture.
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