Touring Veneto – Part 1: Venezia, Verona & Padua

May 15, 2019 407

Many Italian regions are known for one famous city, although they have many others that are worth visiting. Veneto is definitely one of those regions, most famous for Venice, but the area is extremely rich in opportunities for a holiday full of fun, relaxation and culture that extend beyond the lagoon city.

Given the climate, the best time to visit Veneto is spring to autumn. You may want to avoid the hotter weeks of July and August, since humidity levels can make your stay uncomfortable, unless you plan to spend most of the time on the beach. This is also the time the area is usually flooded with tourists, so if you want a bit more space and peace you may want to look at dates outside the high season.

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