Veneto is a land rich in touristic attractions: culture, art, architecture, nature, wine and gastronomy. Venice and its lagoon, the cities of Verona and Vicenza, the Palladian Villas, the Dolomites, the Po Delta Interregional Park and the Valdobbiadene hills are just some examples of the beauties of this land, as acknowledged in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
From sea to land, Veneto donates unique flavours and perfumes: the crunchy radicchio from Treviso and from Castelfranco Veneto, the red cherries from Maser, the sparkling Prosecco DOCG from Asolo and Valdobbiadene, the Raboso del Piave wine, various cured meats (Montagnana prosciutto, "soppressa", salami), cheeses (Asiago DOP, Grana Padano DOP) and much more. In Veneto the pleasure of a good wine has always been accompanied by excellent cooking.
The only invincible thing in nature is curiosity.Freya Stark
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