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Rising like a magical city from the waters, Venice is an other-worldly kind of place, an impossible beauty.
Padua is often overlooked as a destination, which is a shame as it is a vibrant art city.
Visiting Verona is a dive into the ancient emotions of a city that, even with a constant and modern expansion, preserves all the values of the splendid medieval and Renaissance ages.
Murano is an island located northeast of Venice, along the Canal Marani.
Treviso is a tony town located halfway between Venice and the Dolomites, a lesser-known city but one worth exploring.
Asiago is a marvellous village situated on a high plateau in the Veneto region of Northern Italy.
An Italian poet dubbed Asolo the "city of a hundred horizons" and its setting among foothills and mountains certainly gives that impression.
A lovely small city in Veneto region is famous as the center of Prosecco country.
On the plains at the base of the Venetian foothills, Marostica is a well-preserved medieval city.
Possagno lies at the foot of the Venetian Prealps, on the buttress of Mount Grappa.
Located between the Venetian Prealps and the Berici hills, Vicenza is one of the oldest cities in the Veneto region.
Bassano is a flourishing town located at the foot of Mount Grappa (1715 metres high), at the outlet of the valley of River Brenta.
Belluno offers a dramatic setting with the dazzling backdrop of the jagged peaks of the Dolomites.
The island of Burano probably owes its name to the ancient door of Altino, the Boreana door that those who escaped here at the time of the barbarian invasions decided to remember.
Chioggia is one of the most important towns in the province of Venice.
Cittadella is a beautiful walled town placed perfectly between Padua, Venice, Verona and Vicenza.
Dolo rests on the Brenta River, the waterway that connected Venice with Padova and cities further inland.
Montecchio Maggiore is located in the Veneto region, between Padova and Verona.
Piombino Dese is the only town in Italy washed by 5 rivers: Sile, Zero, Dese, Draganziolo and Marzanego.
Rovigo lies between Ferrara and Padova and is brushed by sea breezes from the nearby Po River Delta.
Arquà Petrarca is a tidy medieval town that maintains its original charm and is considered the "pearl of the Euganean Hills".
The village of Castelbaldo is at a crossroads and sited between the Fratta and Adige rivers, which made it a strategic place through the centuries.
Castelfranco Veneto is a lovely gem set between the cities of Treviso, Padova, and Vicenza.
Eraclea is on the Gulf of Venezia, just a short distance from the famed city but a tranquil getaway without many tourists.
Miane is a town in Veneto region that is cradled in the foothills of the Alps in the province of Treviso.
Negrar di Valpolicella is surrounded by wine country in the hills near Verona, making it a central location for seeing many northern Italy sights.
Portobuffole' may be the smallest town in the province, but it packs a pretty punch.
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