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A high-tech, time-traveling and cinema scene-hopping experience is what awaits you at Movieland Amusement Park on Lake Garda.
While it is officially called Villa Almerico Capra, this iconic building is more famously known as Villa Rotonda.
The symbol of Verona is a Roman amphitheatre dated back to the first half of the I century AD, one of the best preserved in the world!
A very different kind of family restaurant is nestled in the woods north of Treviso.
Also known as Palazzo della Ragione, the Basilica Palladiana is a monumental symbol of the city of Vicenza.
Called the Bonsai Museum of Serenity, it is part botanical garden and part open-air exhibition and education like a museum.
Watch some master craftsmen at work at the Emmedue Vetreria Factory.
Just across the river from Verona's historic center, the Giusti Garden is a beautiful green oasis.
La Casa di Giulietta is a major attraction in Verona, the house of one of literature's most popular fictional characters.
Located in the Valmarano east of Miane, there is a peaceful pair of lakes for tranquil moments in nature.
On a placid green hill just outside Asiago, the distinguishing white marble monument can be seen from a distance like a beacon.
On Piazza Matteotti near the Teatro Olimpico, this opulent palace is one of Palladio's most unusual.
Whether you call it intriguing, beautiful or dangerous, there's no denying the San Boldo Pass road is incredible.
The oldest Botanic Garden in the world was founded here in Padua in 1545 and has collected numerous exotic and local species in the same location continuously through the centuries.
Called the "Queen of Venetian Villas," the Villa Pisani really is a grand dame on the Brenta River.
A working water mill that dates to 1630 makes for a delightful outing.
The prominent feature in this pretty city is the covered wooden bridge that spans the Brenta River.
In 1420 the rich patrician Marino Contarini commissioned the most beautiful building in town.
The French writer Stendhal described it as "le meilleur d'Italie" and Pedrocchi must have been a coffee out of the ordinary, by that time!
The lovely Church of Eremitani rises in the homonym square in the city of Padua.
Walking straight in front of the dome, you will reach Piazza delle Erbe, part of an ancient trade area.
The commanding presence of the Doge's Palace occupies a prime spot on the Grand Canal next to St Mark's Cathedral and Piazza San Marco.
A curtain of ancient buildings surrounds Piazza dei Signori, which is dedicated to the Seigniory of Carrara.
Piazza del Santo, real heart of the so-called Anthonine City, shows as follows: - Donatello's Gattamelata (1453), on its high pedestal in front of the Basilica of St Antonio.
The largest plot of open space in Venice, Piazza San Marco is also the most elegant spot in the city.
Bassano del Grappa, at the foot of Monte Grappa, is famous for the liquor named after it that has been produced here for centuries.
Prato della Valle is the largest square in Italy and the second largest in the world, just after Red Square in Moscow.
Stone bridges were built in Venice from the beginning of the XII century, but only in 1588, after a period of decline and sabotage of wooden structures, it was finally designed a stone bridge in Rialto.
The Brenta River winds its way between Venice and Padova, and flows past beautiful countryside and splendid villas along the way.
In the Middle Ages, Verona had a veritable skyline of towers; today only a handful remain.
Venice's Clock Tower is a beloved landmark in St Mark's Square.
The Bridge of Sighs is one of Venice's beloved landmarks, shrouded in mystery and legend.
The Loggia dei Cavalieri is one of Treviso's landmark sights.
Tucked away in a sheltered street is the peculiar Palazzo Contarini.
The Cappella degli Scrovegni is a must-see sight when you're in Padova.
The Arsenale of Venice isn't just an ordinary "arsenal," it was the heart of the maritime republic's shipping industry starting in the 12th century.
La Giudecca is the largest of the Venetian islands, though it is actually made up of eight small isles connected by bridges and passageways.
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