The Veneto includes many forms of natural landscape: from the Adriatic coast to the Po plain, from the Euganean Hills to the Dolomites with the Marmolada. A region rich in history that houses jewels such as the Arena of Verona, the frescoes of Giotto in Padua, the Renaissance art of Andrea Palladio and the Palladian villas of Vicenza, today a UNESCO heritage site. Venice, a unique city in the world with its canals, bridges and its glorious history.
The diversity of the territory is also reflected in the wine production. Prosecco, Amarone della Valpolicella, Soave and Valpolicella are known throughout the world. The typical dishes of Venetian cuisine are Pearà, sardines in saor, Vicenza-style cod and also creamed cod, rice and peas, Venetian-style liver and polenta.

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