World famous Venice is as alluring as it is mysterious. Getting lost in the maze of calli, campi and little bridges crossing over canals and watery alleys is a quintessential Venetian experience, as is visiting the most famous landmarks of the city, Piazza San Marco and the Rialto bridge among others. A must for an aperitivo in Venice is, going to one of the many bacari, typical taverns, that dot the city.
Treviso is defined by the rivers Sile and Cagnan that flow through it. The waterways meander gently through the old town within the city walls. The relaxed-pace atmosphere of the city is inviting for pleasant strolls to discover some picturesque hidden corners, historic buildings and shady porticoed houses.
The Piave is a historical, and important river also known as the “Sacred River of the Homeland” The river flows down only through the Veneto region connecting the Alps with the sea. Over the centuries the whole river basin has been important for its people and for winegrowing.
The heart of Veneto is green, with stunning landscapes of hills and woods. A place to visit at a slow pace learning more about its fascinating history and culture, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Along the way it is not uncommon to see some splendid Venetian Villas and wine estate and wineries with their true gems.