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Cheap flights to Veneto

Veneto is one of the twenty regions of Italy, situated in north-eastern part of the country. It is comprised of seven provinces; Belluno, Padova, Rovigo, Treviso, Venezia, Verona, and Vicenza, as well as seven cities; Cortina d'Ampezzo, Padova, Rovigo, Verona, Vicenza, Treviso, and the capital and largest city of Venice. Veneto is one of Italy's most popular regions for immigrants, with a total of 454,453 foreigners recorded in 2008, making up 9.30% of the region's population at the time. Veneto is also home to many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the world's oldest academic botanical garden, the Olympic Theatre, and the Palladian Villas of Veneto.

Taste the wines of Valpolicella - Valpolicella is a valley near Verona, one of the most significant wine-producing places in the country. A wine guide will help you choose among the diverse selection of winery types and styles, and give you an informative tour of your chosen wineries. Some of the wineries can also be booked for wine tasting, parties, and other events. Its best known wines are Recioto, Ripasso and Amarone.

Lake Garda - Just a little to the west of Valpolicella is Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. The area is a popular destination spot both for tourists and locals due to the many accommodations and activities surrounding the lake. Shopping centres, tennis courts, wellness and thermal parks, museums, water sports and activities, and more amenities await those who go visit Garda Lake.

L'Orto Botanico di Padova - Orto Botanico di Padova is the oldest academic botanical garden in the world that still stands in its original location. The garden was established in 1545 in Padua (or Padova), where it currently still resides, covering an area of approximately 22,000 square metres. It has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

How to get around within Veneto

When in Venice, acquire a map of the city that includes the water bus routes. Going on a tour on a vaporetti (water bus) or water taxis will already allow you to see some of the major parts of the city. Venice is a pedestrian city, so apart from cruising along the water canals you would have to do a lot of walking. In fact, most towns of Veneto can be toured on foot.

In Padova, the roads are mostly flat, as in there are neither hills nor any steep roads, hence cycling is another go option. APS Mobilità provides bus lines around the city.

In Cortina d'Ampezzo, taxis are available but tend to be very expensive. Taking Dolomiti buses are advantageous for hikers as these run west and east to the mountain passes, and many of the bus stops are positioned at starting points for hikes.

In Verona, bus services are provided by ATV, which posts timetables and other very useful information on their website (in English). The city also implemented a city bike hire scheme. One can register online.

How to get to Veneto

The Venice Marco Polo Airport is the primary gateway into Veneto, and is located 4.3 nautical miles north of Venice. It works with many airlines such as Aeroflot, Air Berlin, easyJet, El Al, Germanwings, Lufthansa, KLM, Volotea, Vueling, and more, to provide flights to destinations worldwide. 

Flights to Veneto

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