Even for those who already know the city, the excitement of a visit to Venice is renewed every time intact. If you do not have much time, we advise you to walk freely around the city, or take the public boat along the Canal Grande, you can admire the most famous buildings and Campi, if desired, the beautiful Piazza San Marco where you can sit outside in one of the many cafes, even after visiting the Ducal Palace and the Basilica of San Marco. Art lovers can visit the many churches, masterpieces of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque as the basilicas of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and San Giovanni e Paolo, San Zaccaria as the Madonna della Salute, Carmina, Madonna Orto, etc..
If time permits available to you, do not forget to visit the beautiful islands of the lagoon, including the ancient Torcello, Murano, but also famous for its glass, or characteristic colors of Burano.
PADOVA - Padua
Padua offers to visitors and tourists countless a lot of considerable interesting in hystorical, architectural, nature, gastronomic and so on.. You could see the great beauty of the historic center, which preserves the soul of ancient and medieval city: Piazza dei Signori, Piazza delle Erbe, the Palazzo della Ragione and the nearby headquarters of the ancient university, founded over a thousand years ago. It's great artistic and spiritual value, the imposing Basilica, built between the '300 and '400, contains the body of St. Anthony of Padua. Finally, how can we recommend a visit to this unique jewel, a treasure of priceless artistic value, which is the Scrovegni Chapel, with frescoes paintings by Giotto and fully restored in recent times. A visit is well worth the spectacular Prato della Valle, one of the biggest squares in Europe. In the most famous bar of Padua, the Pedrocchi, you stop tasting pleasantly maybe some good cake.
Padova: piazza delle Erbe
On the waters of the Brenta Riverl, aboard the characteristic boat "The Burchiello or by car along the road along the Riviera to Padua, you could admire a lot of ancient and aristocratic villas, built by the Venetian nobles in the sixteenth century as sumptuous residences for vacationing. Their names bring those of the main Venetian families: Villa Pisani, Villa Gradenigo, Villa Widmann Sceriman and architectural masterpiece of Palladio, Villa Foscari at Malcontenta.