• Lake Garda
  • Verona
  • Vicenza
  • Padua
  • Bassano del Grappa
  • Asolo
  • Treviso
  • Riviera del Brenta

Veneto was once the motherland of the Venetian Republic. This large area stretching from Lake Garda in the west and Venice in the south, to Alps and the ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo in the north. Today, it is one of the most industrialized and wealthy regions of Italy. It offers a lot to the culture-lovers as well as wine enthusiasts. Verona's Roman arena hosts an opera festival every summer, while Vicenza attracts visitors with its exquisite Palladian villas under protection as UNESCO World Heritage sites. There are around 4,500 villas, designed by architect Andrea Palladio and his followers in the region. Some of them are still in good condition and are offered to visitors as excellent villa hotels. Besides, the region is full of natural beauty and picturesque vineyards.  It has several specific wine growing sub-regions, including Bardolino and Valpolicella from Lake Garda, as well as Amarone and Soave. Veneto is also famous for its sparkling varieties of Prosecco and Franciorta, the latter being closer to Champagne in its production techniques. Italy's first wine route La Strada del Prosecco is dedicated to Prosecco and follows a ring of 50 kilometers in Treviso region, getting through spectacular wine-making towns like Conegliano, Feletto, Quartier del Piave, Follina and Valdobbiadene. 

  • Byblos Art Hotel

    A 15th century villa turned into a temple of contemporary art and design.

  • Gabbia D'Oro

    A classically furnished small hotel in a historical townhouse.

  • Hotel Villa del Quar

    A luxury hotel with renowned gourmet restaurant Arquade, only 5 km from Verona.

  • Il Desco

    A modern cuisine served in a Renaissance palace.

  • Enoteca Segreta

    A small and dedicated place run by a pair of young chefs, with an extensive wine list.

  • Signorvino

    A wine shop chain that has branches all around Italy. They serve 100% Italian wine in their bar, accompanied with a simple menu.

  • Trattoria Tre Marchetti

    A local favourite offering regional specialties at cosy dining rooms.

  • G Boutique Hotel

    A great little hotel located 150 metres from Centro Storico (Old City), and renovated fairly recently.

  • Villa Michalengelo

    A wonderful Palladian-style country house offering great views of the Berici Hills.

  • Antica Casa Della Malvasia

    Typical Venetian dishes and a good local wine list, presented in a classical townhouse atmosphere. 

  • Julien Restaurant

    A nice small restaurant where a young and hip clientele come together. 

  • Le Camp Resort & Spa

    A nice town house hotel at the historical center of Padua, with spa facilities.

  • Antico Brolo

    One of the most chic culinary venues of Padua since 1984, run by a family specialized at catering.

  • Cafe Pedrocchi

    A cafe, a pastry shop and a restaurant in an elegant building, which has been one of the social hot spots of the city since 1831. Try their coffee with mint flavored cream.

  • Ristorante Le Calandre

    The culinary playground of chef Massimiliano Alajmo, where he serves his experimental regional dishes.

  • Hotel Albergo al Sole

    A 5-star in the heart of the medieval town of Asolo. Perfect choice for a stay, or a lunch at its terrace restaurant.

  • I Molini del Dolo

    A cute restaurant and wine bar at a historic mill on the canal, in the town of Dolo.

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