The entire region is full of attractions and enchanting places to visit, from the incredibly famous Venice to some lesser known villages.
Hotel Condor is the ideal starting point to visit Venice, one of the world’s most fascinating cities. It’s really easy to reach thanks to the ferry and bus connections. The bus stop is just 50 m from the hotel.
During your holiday, you can also explore the other islands in Venice’s lagoon. Burano, Murano and Torcello are the most famous, but all the Venetian islands have something spectacular to offer.
TTreviso is an elegant and refined town situated in the Venetian plain. It is characterised by its narrow streets and canals that offer unexpected and enchanting views. This is also the ideal place to enjoy an excellent glass of DOCG Prosecco, accompanied by a traditional local dish.
You can easily reach Treviso with your own car or by bus.
A holiday in Jesolo will give you the perfect chance to visit this city, famous for its romantic atmosphere. Make the most of your visit to go to one of the famous operas in the Arena, or visit the places that inspired Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet.
Don’t miss a lovely walk along the Adige river that runs through the city, crossed by a number of bridges dating back to Roman times.
Padua is not quite as well known among tourists, but is still well worth a visit. Don’t miss the Basilica of St. Anthony, home to the saint’s relics, the Scrovegni Chapel, featuring Giotto’s frescoes, and “Prato della Valle”, a square with a large park decorated with statues.
In the town centre, there are lots of shops, elegant cafés and historical buildings to visit.
Food and wine enthusiasts simply can’t miss a trip to the Prosecco hills. Valdobbiadene, Conegliano and their neighbouring towns are all home to the vines that grow this famous, typical wine.
Stop off at a local winery to try some Prosecco and learn more about its characteristics.
Trieste is located in Friuli Venezia Giulia and reflects the traditions of many different cultures. In fact, its position as a border city and its history have made it a crossroads for different populations.
Don’t miss the Piazza Unita d’Italia in the city centre. The nearby Miramare Castle, overlooking the gulf of the city, is also well worth a visit, as is the “Grotta Gigante”, a giant karst cave open to visitors.