Let's spend the summer in the Veneto region!
Being one of the twenty regions of Italy, Veneto manages to stand out due to its attractiveness and magnificence. Divided into the provinces of Venice, Verona, Vicenza, Padova, Belluno, Rovigo and Treviso, the capital of Veneto is the glorious Venice. It is indeed a daily delight for any visitor, unquestionably.
The best time to visit is in the season of spring or autumn when the weather is just remarkable and the colors of nature are beautiful and bright. Besides, you’ll easily find an array of accommodation, especially in Venice, since it’s the most popular spot in all of Veneto. However, there are also many incredible hostels, hotels and B&Bs in all of Veneto.
The glorious Venice is indeed the most favorite part of any Veneto trip, relished thoroughly because of its lagoon, the island and the city’s most popular attraction, the Grand Canal, that’s bordered by momentous, beautified buildings. Nevertheless, the heart of Venice, St. Mark’s Square, must not be missed to witness the historical buildings like the Doge’s Palace, the grand Gothic palace Palazzo Ducale or the sky-high Italian-brick Gothic church I Frari and also to eat the Italian food cooked perfectly in its restaurants or to buy souvenirs from vendors.
The setting for Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet, Verona, displays both charm and elegance. Hence, logically one of the most famous monuments is Juliet’s romantic balcony and the arena is also popular. Besides, the culture aficionados will be spoiled for options with the region’s variety of art galleries and other outstanding architectures. Furthermore, the region of Padua is also an amazing hidden gem with its beautiful Scrovegni Chapel, elegant botanical garden or the Basilica of St. Anthony.
What else do you need to explore Veneto? Happy Traveling!
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