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Ferries to Veneto

The Veneto Region is also Venice but not only: many other cities of art, and then mountains, oases, gardens, spas, beaches and typical products.

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Veneto, administratively divided into the Metropolitan City of Venice and the Provinces of Verona, Vicenza, Belluno, Treviso, Padua and Rovigo, has a morphologically very varied territory: from the coast on the Adriatic Sea, to the Veneto-Friuli plain, from the Euganean Hills and from the Colli Berici, the Alps with the Dolomites, the Piave river and Lake Garda. This multiformity often guarantees it the primacy of the Italian region most interested in tourism, and a good ranking also at European level.

Its capital is the ancient capital of the Serenissima Republic of Venice, which together with the entire lagoon and island territories is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the International Film Festival, as well as a city of art and gondolas. World Heritage Sites also Verona, Vicenza and the Palladian villas of Veneto, the botanical garden of Padua, the prehistoric pile-dwelling sites around the Alps, the Venetian defense works between the 16th and 17th centuries: State from Land-State from Western Sea, the Dolomites and the hills of Prosecco di Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.

The beaches are in Jesolo, surrounded by all kinds of services, in Eraclea Mare, surrounded by a pine forest, in Bibione, where there is a long coastline of golden sand, in Caorle, the ancient village on the sea, at the evergreen Lido di Venice, in Cavallino Treporti, an open-air tourist village, in Rosolina, between the sea and the lagoons of the Po delta, to the playgrounds and sports parks of Sottomarina.

The list of spas is also interesting, with the Euganean ones Abano, Montegrotto, Galzignano, Battaglia, Teolo, the Terme di Salzano, Bibione, Colli Asolani, Valpolicella, Verona, Bardolino, Lazise, ​​Caldiero, Recoaro Terme , Calalzo.

There are many nature reserves, in addition to the National Park of the Belluno Dolomites and the regional natural parks of the Ampezzo Dolomites, the Lessinia, the River Sile and the regional parks of the Euganean Hills and that of the Po Delta. There is no shortage of naturalistic oases: in the 40 hectares of the oasis of Ca 'Mello, on the Po Delta, aquatic plants and birds abound; the oasis of Sbarai is located on the shores of Lake Santa Croce in the province of Belluno; the oasis of Valle Averto is a large wooded area near the Venice Lagoon.

The Venetian villas are not exclusively the Palladian ones: it was not only the architect Andrea Palladio, in fact, who built these particular patrician residences from the time of the Republic of Venice, built in agricultural areas and decorated by artists such as Veronese, Tiepolo, Zelotti. Often with beautiful gardens, as in the case of the imposing Villa Barbarigo Pizzoni Ardemani, a seventeenth-century Venetian villa located in Galzignano Terme, immersed in the Historic Garden of Valsanzibio, made up of sculptures, fountains, plants and shrubs; or of Villa Giustiniani in San Pietro Viminario, with its rare botanical heritage; or Villa Rizzardi, the nineteenth-century Venetian villa in Negrar di Valpolicella, surrounded by the spectacular garden of Pojega.

Typical Veneto agri-food products are asparagus (white asparagus from Bassano del Grappa, asparagus from Badoere, asparagus from Cimadolmo), chestnuts from Combai, San Zeno and Monfenera, cherries from Marostica, beans from Lamon, mussels from Scardovari, radicchio, rice, and cheeses such as Grana Padano, Asiago, Casatella Trevigiana, Montasio, Monte Veronese, Taleggio. At the enological level, Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene and that of Asolo, the red wines Amarone della Valpolicella, Bagnoli Friularo, Bardolino Superiore, Malanotte del Piave, Montello, Recioto della Valpolicella stand out; the white wines Colli Euganei Fior d'Arancio, Lison, Recioto di Gambellara, Recioto di Soave, Soave Superiore.

The port of Venice is an important Italian landing place which is accessed via three port inlets, Lido-San Nicolò for the maritime station in the historic center, with docks for ships and ferries, Malamocco-Alberoni for commercial traffic in Porto Marghera and Pellestrina-Chioggia only for small boats. The airports are Venice-Tessera Airport, Treviso-Sant'Angelo Airport and Verona-Villafranca Airport. The Italian Railway Network in Veneto is very developed, with many lines both within and outside the region.