Veneto is one of the twenty regions of Italy with a population of 4.8 million people. Its capital is Venice and it was once the native land of the Venetian Republic.
At present, it is one of the wealthiest and most industrialized regions of Italy. The eighth largest region in Italy, it has a total area of 18,398.9 square kilometers.
With changing climate, it has milder climate.
The picturesque city of Venice, Italy is full of romance and whimsy in every season, so it’s always a great time to plan your getaway! Looking for romantic trip ideas? Carnet suggests hiring a Water Taxi to take you to the Giudecca Canal just before sunset so you can enjoy the colors and reflection of the waters. Watch the rays of the sunset play on the gold of the domes of San Marco from the Bell Tower of San Giorgio Maggiore, far from the maddening crowd. Whether you’re traveling to Venice, Italy looking for romance or are a seasoned traveler, the Carnet travel guide to Venice has insider travel reviews for culture rich entertainment, art museums, galleries, fine dining, luxury hotels and fashion designer shopping addresses. A stroll through the neighborhoods of Venice is a lovely...
Situated in the Veneto, Italy Verona is the second largest city and third in Northeast Italy. Verona is been awarded World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Verona is full of tourist attractions so if one plans for a holiday they must definitely visit Verona. Some of the places to be visited in Verona are Sant’ Anastasia that features the Gothic building, Ponte Pietra that is a beautiful bridge, San Zeno Maggiore Church that features bronze doors, Piazza Bra that is filled with street artists and cafes, Piazza Delle Erbe that contains many historic buildings and sculptures, Ponte Scaligero which is bridge built in the 1st Century, Piazza Dei Signori that features a Dante statue, Piazzale Castel San Pietro, Teatro Romano which includes theaters and Chiesa Di San Fermo which is a church. The...
Other destinations Veneto
|Jesolo Lido||Lido di Venezia|
|Padua||Peschiera del Garda|
|San Michele al Tagliamento||Torri del Benaco|