The Queen of the Adriatic
Venice is particularly rich of museums and historical buildings of great artistic and cultural importance.
How to reach Venice
Treviso is a city to visit in any season
Treviso is a city to visit in any season, with the slow pace of those who want to savor every corner, discover original views, and breathe the peaceful city life.
Piazza dei Signori is the heart of the city and a meeting place for the locals. The Building of the Trecento and the elegant Loggia Dei Cavalieri can be found in this piazza. The rivers Sile and Cagnan that slip between the streets give a unique charm to the old town surrounded by ancient walls. The houses with their beautifully painted facades reflect on the Buranelli canal and the Island of the Fish, which was created in the river Cagnan to accommodate the fish market and shows that Treviso has a close relationship with its water.
The province of Padua is an astonishing mix of artistic and cultural heritage
The province of Padua is an astonishing mix of artistic and cultural heritage that visitors can enjoy at every corner. It is a fertile land, vital and dynamic, which lies in the heart of the Veneto plain where the main city, Padua, will amaze and enthral visitors.
It is the city of St. Anthony, Giotto and Galileo: here devotion, art and science are inseparable. Be sure to visit the Scrovegni Chapel, theUniversity of Padua (Anatomical Theatre and the Botanical Gardens)and the Basilica del Santo. Pleasure is enhanced with a walk through the historical centre, through the squares in the shadow of the imposing Palazzo della Ragione and a stop at the Pedrocchi Café.
The province of Padua extends from the Euganean hills to the Venice Lagoon offering you breathtaking landscapes from the gentle hills to the verdant plain. The territory is embellished with walled towns and timeless villages (Cittadella, Monselice, Este, Montagnana, Arquà Petrarca) which preserve artistic gems. Mighty castles, bastions and fortresses reveal the glorious Medieval past, while the elegant villas, lush gardens and historical parks leave a trace of the presence of Venetian nobles in the past.
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