Veneto, a region located in northeastern Italy, extends from the Dolomite Mountains to the Adriatic Sea, sharing a border with Austria. Industry, viticulture and tourism have transformed this region into a leader in several sectors of the national economy. Venice, its capital, also known as “the serenissima”, is considered one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, because on the waters of its lagoon, it houses a priceless architectural, historical, artistic and cultural heritage.


The Veneto region, from the Dolomite Mountains to the lagoon, is home to hundreds of majestic medieval Renaissance villas, which invite us to immerse ourselves in the history of this beautiful region. Venice “la serenissima” medieval city with great Byzantine legacy, where the present time seems to have stopped between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance surpassing the highest expectations of human imagination.

Not to be missed is a visit to Padua with its ancient university, to the historical and romantic Verona as well as Vicenza, cities where art is breathed, felt and manifested in all its expressions. As part of the archipelago of the great lagoon Murano and Burano, they stand out for their simple and colorful architecture as well as for the production of beautiful pieces of blown glass and beautiful handmade lace.


The Veneto cuisine is characterized by the great variety of flavors and aromas, coming from the richness of its land and sea. The varied gastronomy, the traditions and the history of its people give identity to this region, making Veneto cuisine one of the most delicious in Italy. Consisting of antipasti, first and second courses and delicious desserts: Scallops, Prawns, Crustacean sauce, Sardines, Bigoli in Veneto sauce, Fish broth a la ciosota, Cod a la vicentina, Fried mackerel fillet, Spaghuetti alle vongole, Pasta with Seafood, and Tiramisu the classic Venetian dessert.

These dishes for their delicious aromas and flavors represent a gastronomic journey to the most typical of this region, without forgetting to accompany them with a good regional wine such as: Valpolicella, Amarone and Proseco among others.