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7 Reasons To Visit Venice’s Countryside When Travel Returns To Normal

Soave, a small town in the Veneto, surrounded by vineyards.


In normal times, Venice, like Florence, draws millions of visitors each year. Both offer beautiful surrounding countrysides with a bounty of artistic riches and natural splendors, although many travelers know Tuscany far better than they know they Veneto, the region beyond the city on the lagoons that reaches from the eastern shores of Lake Garda to the Adriatic and from the Austrian to the Emilia-Romagna borders. But that seems to be changing as visitors—both repeat and newbies—seek out less trafficked destinations while Italy’s most popular spots swell with travelers. From 2014 to 2019 the Veneto saw close to a 46% increase in visitors, says Jasmine Tramarin of Lovivo Tour Experience, travel specialists who offer customized individual and group trips in the region. “The Veneto has a lot in common with Tuscany in that both [provide] a complete tourist offer that goes from the sea to the mountains, from art cities to beautiful countryside areas, and from lake destinations to thermal areas,” she says. 

Punta San Vigilio on Lake Garda.

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The Arena di Verona at night – Italy


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