Visiting the city of Venice is usually on everyone's Italian list, however do not miss getting outside of the city and exploring. To better understand the history of the old Venezia Republic and the development of western Europe a journey through the Venice Province is a must. The Province of Venice (Provincia di Venezia) is one of the 7 provinces in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Its capital is the city of Venice. It has an area of 2,467 km², and a total population of about 846,962. The Province of Venice is bordered by the Province of Padova and Province of Treviso of the Veneto region, the Province of Udine of the Friuli Venezia Region, and the Adriatic Sea. You can see by looking on a map the Venezia Province is completely flat. The lagoon and much of the surrounding area is a delta formed by the Brenta River, Piave River, Livenza River, and Tagliamento River. The Venice Province is about 2,459 sq. km in size and has 43 individuals townships, and is the capital of the province and Veneto region is the city of Venice.
Once you get outside of the city of Venice you will find that the Province has multi places to explore. The islands within the Lagoon of Venice can keep you busy a few days or enjoy on the beach resorts along the coastline. Also as you journey inland you will find man made canals used to move trade goods that pass some of the grandest Villas ever built. The Province of Venezia is a great active vacation location with plenty of history, culture, plus food and wine.
If you find yourself in the Venezia Province there are several great activities to enjoy and options for your vacation.
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: