Venice Italy (Veneto)
property market in Venice is certainly
a good one for sellers with as many as four buyers chasing
every property, prices are rising steadily and rose
by about 14% last year alone.
on the canal would start at 500.000 euros and thats
for a one beroom flat. The rarity and beauty of venice
make sure that this is sound investment.
Veneto is one of most beautiful regions in Italy,
due to its huge variety of landscapes and ancient towns.
The region of Veneto is the most diverse region in Italy.
If you want to experience all that Italy has to offer
in one relatively small geographical area, then the
Veneto should be your destination.
has a rare combination of pleasant climate, stunning
scenery, beautiful towns and cities, cultural heritage
and culinary delights.
countryside has a unique charm with its small cities,
treasure troves of art and fine living. Oonly a few
miles to the north the Alps begin, their foothills dotted
with charming towns and lined with picturesque world-class
from Venice, its capital and one of the most romantic
cities in the world, the region of Veneto includes the
soaring peaks of the Dolomite mountain range that are
home to the world famous ski-resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo
and are arguably one of the most beautiful range of
mountains in Europe.
beautiful hill country that precedes the dramatic rise
of the Dolomites is home to some of Italy's most famous
wines and some of its more enchanting hill towns. There
are also spa resorts hidden away in these hills, whose
thermal springs were first used by the Romans. Among
them, the amazing Euganean Hills one of the most breathtaking,
flourishing attractions surrounding the city of Padua.
At the foot of the hills are the spa towns of Abano
and Montegrotto Terme.
people speed through the Veneto on their way to our
favorite Italian city, Venice. Because
the average traveler aims only to see the city on the
lagoon, the rest of the region is blessedly devoid of
tourist crowds, and yet, consider what they are missing:
Padua the Erudite (Padova), where lovers of Renaissance
painting can see Giotto's memorable fresco cycle. Its
great basilica of Saint Anthony is very well-known among
the catholic world.
home to Romeo and Juliet, one of the prettiest and most
historical little cities in the whole country.
the memorable "laboratory" for a man who may
have been the most influential architect in history,
Andrea Palladio, famous for designing magnificent villas.
birthplace of radicchio and countaining a wealth of
Renaissance palaces and arcades.
a beautiful tiny hilltop medevial town at the foothills
of the Dolomites.
a fairy-tale castle town whose name you may already
know from your local wine shop. Chioggia, a mini-Venice
with all the canals and none of the crowds.
Garda, flanked by lemon and olive groves, with the snowy
Alps reflected in its silvery waters. Teensy Marostica,
where you can watch a human chess game whose living
pieces are garbed in Renaissance costumes.
del Grappa, the sub-alpine home of white asparagus.
Valpollicella, a verdant valley strewn with countless
and many other delights await you in Veneto. Come with
us on a tour of the region, and perhaps you too will
decide to choose it when buying your dream home in Italy.
The region has excellent road and rail links within
Italy and with Europe. Veneto region is served
by three international airports: Venice, Venice-Treviso
and Verona connecting with all major London and UK airports.
British Airways (Venice Marco Polo
airport; Verona airport); EasyJet (Venice Marco Polo
airport); Ryanair (Venice/Treviso airport).