Hotels to remember: Veneto

Veneto: suggestions from the insiders

Patrizia Belsito

(Insider)

Patrizia Belsito

There's a whole lot more to Verona than the Arena and Juliet's Balcony... (A day in Verona) →

Piergiorgio Serpelloni

(proprietario)

Ca' Giulietta

Farmhouse Holidays

walk in the rolling hills rich in history and tradition (Ca' Giulietta) →

Valeria Carfora

(Proprietario e gestore)

Locanda La Scuola

B&B and Homes

Valeria Carfora

Lusiana, on the southern side of the Asiago Plateau, is the perfect stopover up in the hills for your journey in Veneto. Breathtaking views and gorgeous road trip to Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza, Verona, Venice, Padua, Cittadella ... (Locanda La Scuola) →

Veneto at a glance

Veneto Hotel

A journey through the land of Palladio, Giorgione and Titian, through enchanting mountains and vine carpeted valleys, to some of Italy's most romantic cities.

Until recently, when one thought of Veneto, one thought immediately, if not almost exclusively, of Venice, partly due to the fact that, for over eleven hundred years, Veneto was an integral part of the Serenissima's territory. Today, Veneto has established its own distinct identity and offers hospitality to numerous visitors eager to explore the many treasures of the region; from the majestic Dolomiti Mountains over which Cortina d'Ampezzo reigns supreme, to the elegant Palladian villas of Vicenza. Then there is Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet, and home to the imposing Arena, where both important classical concerts and modern music events are performed. Veneto also boasts other splendid cities such as Treviso, Padova, Chioggia, as well as the magnificent Po delta.