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Venice-Veneto places to visit and attractions

Below you can explore some of the most popular highlights and places of interest in the Venice-Veneto region. See also our Venice-Veneto travel guide.

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Asolo

The lovely small town of Asolo also has several interesting highlights and important artworks
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Bassano del Grappa

Best known for its famous 16th century bridge, you will also find interesting palaces and churches in Bassano del Grappa
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Belluno

Visited as a base to explore the dolomites, Belluno also has an attractive historic centre
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Brenta canal

Along the course of the Brenta canal you can see several important villas and gardens
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Burano

The colourful houses of Burano island make it a popular excursion from Venice
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Chioggia

The beaches and the canals through the historic centre combine to make Chioggia a popular destination
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Cittadella

Each historic epoch has left its mark on the fortified town of Cittadella
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Cortina d'Ampezzo

The renowned ski resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo is one of the most popular ski centres in the dolomites
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Feltre

There are a good number of interesting palazzos and churches to admire in the historic centre of Feltre
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Garda

Garda is a pretty resort and old town on the east coast of Lake Garda
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Lazise

Lazise is a lovely resort and historic village on the south-east coast of Lake Garda
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Malcesine

Malcesine is a pretty small town on the shores of Lake Garda
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Montagnana

Montagnana is famous for having the most extensive and best preserved defensive walls in Italy
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Peschiera del Garda

The town of Peschiera del Garda is at the southern end of Lake Garda, close to Sirmione, and based around a pretty harbour
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Venice

Venice really is the most lovely and romantic city you can imagine!
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Verona

Verona, famous setting for Romeo and Juliet, is a UNESCO listed town with a remarkable number of highlights
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