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Travel Guide To The Veneto Region Of Italy

As 2021 is starting we are all waiting for the opening of Italy to Travel.  One of the best regions to visit that will allow you to adapt to the new travel protocols is the Veneto Region.  There are several great eco friendly, wellness tourism, conscious travel, and experience driven travel throughout the region for all levels.  Weather it is a bike tour exploring the walled cities, walking the Dolomites, or urban trekking the larger cities of Verona, Vicenza, or Venice. The Veneto is one of the twenty regions of Italy. Its population is about five million, ranking fifth in Italy. The region's capital and largest city is Venice or Venezia. At one time the Veneto was part of the Republic of Venice, and an independent state for almost 1000 years. The Republic of Venice ruled for centuries over one of the largest and richest maritime republics and trade empires in the world. After the Napoleonic Wars and the Congress of Vienna, the Republic was annexed by the Austrian Empire, until it was ceded to the Kingdom of Italy in 1866, as a result of the Third Italian War of Independence. Currently the Veneto Region is one of the area's in Italy pushing to be and independent state. The Veneto region had everything that a visitor could look for in both history and nature. There are beautiful sea shores, breath taking mountain landscapes, natural hot springs, and wonderful art towns and cities, not to be forgotten is the great foods and wine of the Veneto region.

Top Places To Visit In the Veneto Region

The biggest travel destination in the Veneto Region is the city of Venezia (Venice) but remember that Venezia is land reclaimed from the sea and a small part of the historical footprint of the area.  With the flat plains of the Po Valley, the Pre Alps and Dolomite mountains, and the rolling hills where many of the best wines are produced there is plenty for all styles of travel.  The region is divided into 7 provinces and each has the primary city as it's main attraction, this is a one of the most diverse areas of Italy and you would a few weeks to really fully explore this area. 

To escape the urban footprint and get away from the crowds there are plenty of options with unique micro environments.  The majority of the Dolomites are in the Veneto Region offering ski resorts, hiking trails, classic bike climbs, mountain bike descents, and plenty of climbing. The Prealps are just above the Po Valley and sit at a lower elevation allowing access early early spring for those we like to hike and bike.  Also this is were most of the dairy cattle were initially raised and the production of Asiago cheese started.  There are varied hill formations or colli in the region that have wine producers and on the flat plain are walled cities along the rivers that have Roman origins.  

What Outdoor Activities Are There To Do In The Veneto?

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Italy is one of the most diverse places in the world to visit but there is more to the country then Venice, Florence, Roma, Cinque Terre and a couple of other top attractions.  If you plan you days well and understand how to move around within the country you can a great cost effective vacation full of activity, history, culture, and great food and wine.  Contact us to get the insights to travel in Italy.  We offer: Travel Consultant- book time online for a web chat to answer your questions about traveling in Italy. Travel Planning - need help outlining and planning your adventure in Italy. Scheduled Tours - each month we lead a scheduled tour for those looking to join a small group to explore. Travel support:  Bike Touring - routes, bike rental, bag transfers.  Walking/Hiking Tours - routes, bag transfers. Booking assistance and suggested contacts.

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