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Veneto

The Veneto region is situated in the Northeast of Italy, and it is one of the most industrialized regions of Italy. The region is divided into 7 provinces: Belluno, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso, Venice, Verona and Vicenza and it's also one of Italy's richest regions in culture, music, history and more, being the most visited region of the country. Touristic destinations in the Veneto region include Venice and its lagoon, Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet, Belluno, the capital of the Dolomites and many World Heritage Sites such as the"Orto botanico di Padova", Palladian Villas and more.

  1. Belluno

    The Province of Belluno is a province in the Veneto region of Italy. it is formed out of 69 comuni and has the city of Belluno as the province's capital. Many tourists visit this area every year, the main sporting activities available for visitors include Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, climbing, snowboarding, bobsledding, ice skating, curling, snowshoe racing, hiking, hang-gliding and paragliding. But that is not all, the Terme delle Dolomiti are very famous for the relaxation treatments they offer and the Coppa d’Oro delle Dolomiti is a must see for vintage cars lovers.
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  2. Padova

    The Province of Padua is a province in the Veneto region of Italy. There are 104 comuni forming the province and the city of Padua is its capital. The territory is stunningly beautiful, the city of Padua lies in the center of the province, surrounded by beautiful landscapes visitors will not soon forget. Among Padua's main sights, there's much to be seen: the Terme Euganei, known for the therapeutic waters, the fortified cities, offering amazing views, the Palazzo della Ragione and the Piazza dei Signori close by, the Baptistry and many more.
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  3. Rovigo

    The Province of Rovigo is situated in the region of Veneto, in Northern Italy. There are 50 comuni forming the province and the capital city is Rovigo. The area is extremely beautiful, in part because of the Po Delta, but also because of the magnificent sceneries the territory has to offer. The Adige river crosses through the province as well. Rovigo is a modern city, with medieval influences, making it a wonderful place to visit. The Palazzo Roverella, the Cathedral and the Painting Gallery are only a few of the tourist attractions this place has to offer.
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  4. Treviso

    The Province of Treviso is a province in the Veneto region, with 95 comuni forming it. Poets describe the city of Treviso as "the courteous city", because of its calm atmosphere. many beautiful landscapes are making the territory a charming place to visit, the Regional Natural Park of Sile, old villages, the Montello Peak and much more, being part of Treviso's charm. Among the province's main sights, there's the Duomo in Treviso's center, along with its old defensive walls, the Luigi Bailo Civic Museum, the Castello della Regina Corsaro, the majestic Temple in Possagno and many more.
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  5. Venice

    The Province of Venice is a province in the Veneto region of northern Italy. It consists out of 44 comuni and the province's capital is the famous city of Venice. The area is among the most romantic places in the world, thanks to the famous Venetian Lagoon. Venice is actually a group of small islands, characterized by beauty, charm and elegance. Many tourists visit Venice every year, either for the sandy beaches and seaside resorts, or for the outstanding Italian sights, including the bell tower and cathedral in Venice, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the renowned Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and much more.
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  6. Verona

    The Province of Verona is a province in the Veneto region of Italy and its capital is the city of Verona. The province is made out of 98 comuni. The territory is characterized mostly by hils, beaches and green areas and it is probably best known for being the place where William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet takes place, The Casa di Giulietta (Juliet Capulet's villa in the play) being a very important local tourist attraction. Numerous other main sights are attracting visitors to Verona as well, castles, towers, hermitages, monasteries and sanctuaries being only a few of them.
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  7. Vicenza

    The Province of Vicenza is a province in the Veneto region. It is formed out of 121 comuni and has the city of Vicenza as its capital. The territory is characterized by many mountains, valleys, water courses and art cities and it it a famous area thanks to the wine itineraries and food traditions. The area is very tranquil, making it the perfect spot for a quiet, yet very charming, vacation. Among the main sights, there's the villas of the Veneto Region, the Palladio, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994 and many interesting buildings, churches and other Italian landmarks.
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