Veneto is located in the north east of Italy and is a region that offers multiple attractions for different types of tourism. Precisely because of its varied morphological conformation it offers an extraordinary wealth of landscapes.
Dolomites and Lake Garda
The northern part of Veneto is comprised of the enchanting mountainous area of the Dolomites, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, extending north to the border with Austria, to the north west with Trentino Alto Adige, and to the north east with Friuli Venezia Giulia, with which Veneto also shares the Carnic Alps. The Dolomites are filled with some of the most dramatically beautiful mountain landscapes anywhere. With sheer cliffs, vertical walls and thousands of narrow, deep and long valleys, the Dolomites are picture perfect.
To the south-west, on the border with Lombardy, lay the Garda Mountains which slope gently into the Veronese hills. They retreat little by little and end at a gorgeous green plain furrowed by streams. To the west is the largest lake in Italy, Lake Garda, which has small resort towns all around it and is famous for endless options of watersports and outdoor activities. Sailing, kite surfing and windsurfing especially, as the wind blows everyday at predictable times.
Bordering Emilia Romagna to the south in the heart of the region, is a green flatland which extends toward the southeast and ends at the vast beaches of the Northern Adriatic.
Due to its variety of landscapes and for the beauty and uniqueness of its historic cities, it is the fifth most visited region in Europe and the most visited in Italy.
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