In 2008 a project was launched to achieve acknowledgement of the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene as a UNESCO World Heritage Site: a natural landscape that has become a cultural asset, thanks to the work of the wine-grape growers who have made it unique.
The territory is dotted with small hamlets and monasteries immersed in the vineyards. It constitutes a breathtakingly beautiful green itinerary which leads to other places and towns of immense historic and cultural interest.
The first stop is Follina where you can visit St. Mary’s Abbey, which dates back to the 12th century; a splendid example of Cistercian gothic, beautifully frescoed inside
Treviso, Asolo, Cortina in the Dolomites, and Vicenza are the other treasure troves of history and art, where spiritual places, historic town centres and archaeological sites invite you to enjoy exploring them.
Venice is worth a two-day stopover, just long enough to make you promise to return as soon as you can.
This incomparable, unique Lagoon city satisfies all tastes.
Here the typical old taverns known as Bacareti serve snacks and glasses of excellent Prosecco.