Venice is unique : entirely built on water, full of calli , the way the streets are called in Venice, and canals crossing sumptuous palaces and magnificent churches, colorful street markets and the quiet, and sometimes lively lagoon.
The city extends on the Venetian plain, surrounded by its ancient walls, was part of the Roman Empire under the name of “Tarvisium”. Just in this period it became an important commercial center and was spared by Attila during the Barbarian invasions, then it flourished under the Goths and Lombards, who made it a duchy.
Each city has its own distinctive character: the commercial Padua has also a rich religious and artistic heart.
Vicenza is characterized by its private country side ‘character’, but it is also equally well known for goldsmiths and for the architecture of Andrea Palladio, whose works are almost intact in the city. Vicenza is an important destination for cultural tourism with visitors from all over Italy and abroad.
Romantic city, lying lazy on the banks of the impetuous Adige, which flows south inflated by the Alpine melting snows. Today Verona, popular international tourist destination, is the second city in the Veneto for its liveliness and consistency of the economic activities.