Venice is a city unique in the world that is reflected in the water and which was included by UNESCO among the heritage of humanity. Piazza San Marco, the heart of the city, took the name of the famous St. Mark's Basilica, with its mosaics on the history of the city.
Declared a World Heritage by Unesco in 1994, Vicenza is decorated with a majestic architecture by Andrea Palladio, as for example Villa Almerico Capra, also known as La Rotonda, and the Palladian Basilica. The works of Palladio attract many tourist from Italy and from abroad.
Padua is a city characterized by an important cultural movement, due to the presence of one of the most famous and oldest universities in the world. Significant point of attraction is also Prato della Valle, one of the biggest squares in Europe.
Verona shows its alternation of various dominations through its architecture: the famous Arena, the Roman amphitheater that for decades has hosted the summer opera season, is found in the very central Piazza Bra.
Piazza dei Signori is the heart of the city where it is possible to see also the Building of the Trecento and the elegant Loggia Dei Cavalieri.
Rovigo is situated in the area of the Po river: it represent for many tourists an artistic, cultural and environmental discovery.
Its location in the heart of Valbelluna, surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Dolomites charmed the Celts who called it "Belo-dunum" or splendid hill.