Cities near Paese for Budget Travelers
- 1Italy8 reviews
It is a lovely city of Veneto region, just half an hour driving from Venice. It is quite small, only 80.000 inhabitants. It is a small jewel, founded during Paleoveneta era on the Sile river, and now being a very interesting an cute site to visit. Treviso is quite a rich city and you could find evidence of this wellness ...
- 2Italy1 review
Kayaks with 1 or 2 seats can be rented to enjoy an excursion in the Nature Park of the Sile River, whose springs are just 1 mile away from Ca’ Marcello, to reach the heart of the medieval town of Treviso. Advanced paddlers can also enjoy white water routes along the Brenta and Adige rivers.
- 3Italy682 reviews
Venice is probably one of the most romantic and unforgettable cities in all the world. Thinking back to my time there I find that my memories are almost dreamlike. I remember walking along the canals through a maze of narrow stone walkways and connecting foot bridges. A random turn down an unmarked alleyway revealed a "secret" entrance to a small ...
- 4Italy7 reviews
The gray Mestre is the poor sister of Venice. It is very close to it on the mainland. It has more or less 200.000 inhabitants ( Venice has only 60.000) and if you are not obliged to go for any reason I suggest you could miss it at all. Somebody who is visiting Venice decides to sleep in Mestre, thinking ...
- 5Italy8 reviews
Burano is a small colorful island in the Venetian Lagoon. Visit there by vaporetti or water taxi, it takes about 40 minutes from Venice. There are a colorful painting houses on the lovely island, I really love it.
- 6Italy1 review
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Valdobbiadene is a picturesque wine-growing area in the Veneto hills, home to prosecco, a dry sparkling white wine popular all over Italy for being the main ingredient of the spritz cocktail.
- 8Italy3 reviews
Piccola e caratteristica isoletta che regala delle opere d'arte in vetro uniche!
- 9Italy3 reviews
This amazing city, birthplace of the XVI century painter Giorgione, welcomes you with its fine medieval walls. You may visit the walls around the castle and then the cathedral to admire the painter's masterpiece, a "Madonna enthroned with Saints".
- 11Italy2 reviews
Nestling in an enchanting hilly landscape, Asolo is one of the best known and loveliest villages in Italy. Called “the city of a hundred horizons”, Asolo is famous for the beauty of its views that captured the heart of artists such as Hemingway, Browning and Eleonora Duse. Highlights: - Ancient walls and the fortress - Theatre dedicated to Eleonora Duse ...
- 12Italy1 review
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- 16Italy1 review
Quarto d'Altino is a Village on the mainland outside of Venice and probably a bedroom community for those who work around the Lagoon. The name "Quarto D'Altino" is composed by the prefix "Quarto" because the town was a quarter of a mile from the Roman city Altinum. Gayle and I stayed here at the Crowne Plaza after arriving at nearby ...
- 20Italy1 review