Treviso: the first nucleus was a pre-Roman village on the bight of the River Sile, an area rich in water resources. The vicinity of the important roads, like Via Postumia, and water courses meant that […]

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Padua has been called the “Capital of 14th century painting” as the pictorial evidence from that century make the city of fundamental importance for artistic development in the west. Since 1222 the city has housed […]

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Venice and the islands nearby

The Venetian Lagoon began forming in 800 B.C. on a swamp where it is presumed there were human settlements way back in prehistoric times. In the paleoveneto era the area was inhabited by peoples who […]

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Verona is an important tourist destination and visited by more than three million people every year to see its artistic and architectural wealth, the opera and theatre performances and, above all, because it is the […]


Venetian Islands

The most important islands in the Venetian Lagoon are Murano, Burano and Torcello. The Lido is an important bathing resort and where the famous Venice Film Festival is held. Muranois situated to the northeast of […]



Chioggia: the town’s birth can be dated around 2000 B.C. with the Pelagio, a people of sailors from Tessaglia. The decline of the Roman Empire coincided with the arrival of the barbarians, with the first […]



Caorle, is a unique and charming seaside town. Its history and foundations date back to the I century and have always revolved around fishing and the busy port activities. It is a Roman town (its […]