Veneto is a region in north eastern of Italy, it borders to the east with the Friuli Venezia Giulia, to the west with Lombardy, to the north by the Trentino Alto Adige and Austria and to the south with the Adriatic Sea. In this region we can find all kinds of landscape possible in fact, in the area to the north there is the mountainous area with the Dolomites, who are a world heritage site by UNESCO, and home of theNational Park of the Belluno Dolomites. In this area is located Cortina d’Ampezzo, a ski resort exclusive and elegant. Going south is the Asiago Plateau and continuing south the Euganean Hills and then rise in the flat part of the region that runs along the banks of the Po river which flows into the Adriatic Sea by a large delta that is protected by a natural area by the Regional Park Po Delta. In the western part of the region, is the Lake of Garda, the largest Italian lake, that with the town of Peschiera del Garda, Lazise, Bardolino, Torri of Benaco and Malcesine offers a viable alternative for tourists who want a beach holiday. On the Adriatic coast the beaches are wide and sandy, and the most famous tourist destinations are:Jesolo, Caorle, Bibione, Cavallino, Chioggia and Rosolina. On the coast we also find the city of Venice, one of the most famous cities in the world. The peculiarity of the historic center of this city is that it is built on the water, therefore there are no roads but canals and people to move do not use the car but the boat. In front of the city develops the Venice Lagoon, a huge semi swampy area crossed by canals that connect the city to the open sea. On it there are also a number of islands including Murano, famous for its glass and Burano for the production of lace. The city ofVenice with its monuments such as the Palazzo Ducale, Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge and itsLagoon are a World Heritage site by Unesco. Another city of special interest tourism, architectural and cultural heritage is Verona, where in the center we can find the ancient Roman Arena in excellent condition that is still used to make musical performances and operas. In the province of Vicenza, however, we can find the famous Palladian Villas designed and built by the architect Andrea Palladio for the rich aristocratic families of the Venetian Republic. We name a few: Villa Almerigo Capra (called the Rotunda), Villa Pisani, Villa Emo, Villa Barbaro and Villa Foscari (called the Malcontenta). Many other surprises and emotions can also be supplied from urban centers smaller as Monselice, Montagnana, Asolo, Treviso, Rovigo and Bassano del Grappa. Finally, for lovers of relaxing spa we mention some places where you can take care of your physical well-being: Abano Terme, Abano Terme, Galzignano Terme and Battaglia Terme.