Veneto is one of the morphologically most varied regions of our peninsula: wonderful are the landscapes that extend to the north, with the Dolomites, and their pink sunsets that leave space, proceeding southwards, to hills that frame the vast plain crossed by rivers , canals and the Po Delta. The Venetian coast is characterized by the lagoon landscape in which stands one of the unique cities in the world, visited every year by millions of Italian and foreign tourists, Venice.
Veneto is one of the regions of Italy that can offer coastal, hilly and mountainous landscapes at the same time. Land linked to migrations of peoples, conflicts and wars, this region hosts villages of extraordinary beauty located throughout the territory.
Veneto is the third region of Italy by municipal division: in fact, 575 are the municipalities scattered throughout the territory. The regional capital is Venice.
Capital of the Republic of Venice for over a millennium and known in this regard as the Serenissima, Venice, thanks to its urban features and artistic heritage, is recognized, together with its lagoon, by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.