Veneto, region of Italy

Veneto is located in the north-east of the Italian peninsula and is the first region of Italy for tourist presence. This is mainly due to its rich historical, natural, artistic, cultural, musical and culinary heritages. 

Venice, the region's capital, is certainly the best known city ot Veneto, but there are several other art cities of international notoriety, starting from Verona, Padova (Padua), and also Vicenza, known as "the town of Palladio" (a famous Renaissance Architect that highly influenced both British and  American architecture).

Veneto touristic appeal stems also from the beauty of its mountains (Cortina and part of the Dolomites are located in Veneto),  the seaside and the Garda, the biggest lake ot the country.

If you are planning a trip to Italy, and you'd like to have a combination of cultural experience, food and wine tasting, historical and natural sightseeing, Veneto is the best choice.

In this website you will find useful information about events and festivals, itineraries, accommodation, restaurants, and, most of all, the best places to visit while on food and wine tours.

Knowing the typical products and cooking recipes is not only a matter of "culinary" experience: it is also an interesting way to know the history of Italy, to better understand and experiment the famous Italian "way of life" out of the usual touristic spots.

You can continue by:

  • browsing the food and wine events of the region
  • using our Map for products and production areas and to calculate distances and routes
  • looking at our suggested itineraries in Veneto
  • using the map and the advanced search tools to search for b&b, accommodations, wine-bars and restaurants


The latest published events

Piceno Wine Show


from December 12, 2015 to December 13, 2015

International white truffle fair in Alba


from October 10, 2015 to November 15, 2015

Novello under the Castle 2014


from November 13, 2015 to November 15, 2015

Merano Wine Festival 2014

Trentino Alto Adige

from November 05, 2015 to November 10, 2015

Franciacorta Wine Festival 2013


from September 19, 2015 to September 20, 2015

Open Bottles-Milan Wine Show 2015


from September 12, 2015 to September 14, 2015

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