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9 Best Places to Visit in Veneto, Italy

Akshay Kulkarni Nov 30, 2019
Veneto, the expansive northeastern Italian region offers some of the best tourist attractions of Italy. Venice being its most fabulous jewel, the Veneto region has a lot more to offer: art cities, mountains, wine and villas.

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Venice

One of the most beautiful cities in the world, it is the capital of the Veneto region.

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Piazza San Marco

Reputedly, Napoleon called this bustling square "the drawing room of Europe."

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Verona

This medieval beauty is the setting for Shakespeare's iconic play, "Romeo and Juliet."

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Lake Garda

Boasting crystal clear water and picturesque scenery, the largest lake in Italy is a famous tourist destination.

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Castelvecchio

A prominent medieval castle which now houses the comprehensive Castelvecchio Museum.

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Villa Capra "La Rotonda"

Just outside Vicenza lies this stunning Neoclassical villa designed by Andrea Palladio.

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Padua

Albeit being one of the oldest cities in Italy, this artistic city has transformed itself into a modern cosmopolitan.

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Prato Della Valle

The elliptical-shaped, historic square of Padua, is the biggest square in Italy and one of the biggest in Europe.

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Dolomites

By offering skiing, hiking, cycling, paragliding, and much more, this massive mountain range attracts thrill seekers from all over the world.