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  • Venice and its Lagoon 

  • Padua Botanical Garden (Orto Botanico)

  • City of Verona  

  • City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto 

  • The Dolomites (Shared with Trentino Alto-Adige, Friuli-Venezia Giulia) 

  • Venetian Works of Defence between the 15th to 17th Centuries: Stato da Terra – Western Stato da Mar (Shared with Lombardy and Friuli-Venezia Giulia), in Veneto, its the Fortified Wall of  Peschiera del Garda

  • Prosecco Hills of Conegliano e Valdobbiadene 


Veneto is one of the most peculiar and fascinating regions in Italy,  offering a wide range of tourist attractions.  Besides the breathtaking mountains located on the northern limit of the regions, it boasts hills, forests, art cities, outstanding cultural heritage, equipped beaches, charming lakes and its legendary Venetian lagoon. 

On the list of Veneto top destinations the beautiful Lake Garda  cannot be missed. Lombardy, Trentino and Veneto find their meeting point here.

It has several UNESCO World Heritage Site, namely: 


Venice, the city of the floating gondolas and maze of canals,  is  known as romance destination for people in love. One of the most extraordinary cities in the world, it was built on 118 islands in the middle of the Venetian Lagoon.  It’s an incredible city because of its huge artistic and historic treasures . Venice and its lagoon were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987. 

Burano Island

Burano Island is a small fishing village, 40-minute by boat from St. Mark’s Square. Famed for s brightly painted houses and lacemaking traditions. Apart from the houses, the most prominent landmark in Burano is the leaning tower of the church of San Martino.  It’s an amusing sight, leaning several degrees out of the perpendicular. You can see its lean from miles away in the lagoon, from the moment you glimpse it. 

Murano Island

Murano Island is known as the city of glass, and is famous for its exquisitely colored Murano glassware, especially chandeliers and mirrors. The glassmakers of Murano are truly ‘The Masters’. They created cristallo,  which was almost transparent and considered the finest glass in the world.  You may visit a glass blowing demonstration e a traditional factory and learn more about the beautiful craft.