Is the name given to the given to the north eastern part of the Po Valley. The region has been blessed with plenty of variety, such as the stunning peaks of the dolomites, the golden beaches of the Adriatic and truly splendid art cities including Padua, Verona and Vicenza.
Surely the most enchanting city in the world, defies description. It’s famous sights are known to everybody through films and pictures.
Full of historic associations and the setting for Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet, is home to many splendid monuments, Including the roman area and the lovely church of San Zeno.
With it’s great Basilica of St. Anthony, contains work by Giotto (Scrovegni chapel
frescoes), and Donatello. Nearby Abano and Montegrotto provide well-
The northern Cadore area offers peace and tranquillity in the rolling countryside.
Cortellazzo is a small picturesque fishing village about a 45 minute walk away from Piazza Torino. You can catch the number 2 bus from Piazza Drago.
The village inclgudes a small harbour, which has fishing boats and a small selection of fish restaurants where you can sample the freshly caught fish.
There is a church and a supermarket just to the left of the bridge and a square, where during high season, there are numerous local fiestas, celebrated by eating fish and dancing to live music.
LIDO DI JESOLO, CAORLE AND BIBIONE combine excellent facilities with miles of sandy beaches.
Nearby Verona lies the eastern bank of Lake Garda with its colourful resort towns of Peschiera, Bardolino, Garda, Malcesine and Riva And all this lies within reach to make your stay here truly memorable.