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The Prosecco hills: Between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, in the north of the province of Treviso, a path develops among the hills where wine producers, with their typical products, make the most of what the territory has to offer. In this particular area, called Strada del Prosecco, you can stay in renovated farmhouses, take long, relaxing walks immersed in the nature of the vineyards, go horseback riding or breathe the history of a past time by visiting the artisan shops.
Your driver will guide you along this territory to let you admire the most characteristic places in the area where you can, also let you taste the typical products, first of all Prosecco.
Some destinations of this tour:
- Conegliano, home to the main wine school in Italy.
- Vittorio Veneto.
- Follina, with its 12th century Abbey. Follina is renowned for the production of silk and wool.
- Immersed in the vineyards of Valdobbiadene (home of Prosecco) there are countless wineries where you can taste the wine production of the area.
The hidden Venetian treasures: Veneto is a region to be discovered. With this tour you will discover smaller cities but always fascinating and rich in history and culture.
- Asolo: Pearl of the Veneto region, thanks to its position and mild climate, it was the settlement for the first Venetians, it is an ancient village surrounded by ancient walls and whose fortress dominates the horizon, a refreshment destination for poets and artists, including their Eleonora Duse, who wanted to be buried here because she was in love with the town.
- Marostica, a walled town where you can still admire the watchtowers; It develops around the Piazza Castello, where you can admire the famous chessboard painted on the floor. Every two years this chessboard comes alive with a living chess game, where the extras, dressed in period clothes, play a real game.
- Bassano del Grappa, famous for asparagus and Grappa; wonderful buildings can be visited all over the country. The imposing Palazzo del Monte di Pietà and the Casa Dal Corno Bonato, whose façade was frescoed by Jacopo da Ponte; or the neoclassical church of San Giovanni of the XIV, are just some of the wonders that this town offers. The pearl of Bassano, however, remains the wooden bridge designed by Palladio.
Portobuffolè, the village and the castle: Portobuffolè, in the province of Treviso, a medieval village with its castle erected to defend the merchants from Venice who landed here for Germany. It was also the home of Gaia da Camino, an Italian poetess mentioned in the Divine Comedy.
The pearls of Lake Garda and Gardaland: Lake Garda, present in three Italian regions: Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto-Adige, offers a variety of extraordinary landscapes. From the snow-capped mountains, to the gentle hills, to the small towns on the shores, including some islands in the center of the lake, Lake Garda is a destination that can satisfy everyone, at any time of the year.
Treviso and its treasures: Immerse yourself in the history of this splendid city with a thousand-year history by visiting its monuments such as the 6th century AD Cathedral. inside which you can admire extraordinary frescoes by Paris Bordone or Girolamo da Treviso; or live and visit Piazza dei Signori, where there are several buildings of great historical and cultural value such as the Palazzo del Podestà, the Civic Tower which in the past was the seat of the Signoria and the Palazzo dei Trecento. It is also worth visiting many other attractions of Treviso such as the loggia dei Cavalieri, the towers of Treviso, the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore or the church of San Nicolò.
Cison di Valmarino, Castelbrando and Molinetto della Croda: Nestled on the slopes of Monte Castello stands CastelBrando, one of the largest medieval castles in Europe, which can be accessed via a rack lift that goes up Monte Castello to the top, thus giving you upon arrival a breathtaking and unforgettable panoramic view. Today this complex is a hotel with Spa, Beauty Farm, two restaurants, bars, cellars, wine bars, a congress and events center, a cultural center, a museum, an eighteenth-century church of San Martino and a large souvenir shop.
Castelfranco Veneto: This city of art, born at the end of the 12th century, was the birthplace of Giorgione. Start by taking a tour of the ancient walls or visit the civic tower, and then enter the Cathedral to admire the "Madonna and Child Enthroned", Giorgione's masterpiece of 1505.
The Venetian Villas: Maser, in the province of Treviso, houses a beautiful testimony of the architectural genius of Andrea Palladio, active in the Renaissance; Villa Barbaro, built between 1554 and 1560, with frescoes by Paolo Veronese and plastic works by Alessandro Vittoria. You can also visit an interesting exhibition of vintage carriages. Villa Emo was built near Fanzolo di Vedelago. It is an architecture by Andrea Palladio, with frescoes by Battista Zelotti, included by UNESCO in the list of world heritage sites, together with the other Palladian villas of the Veneto.
Possagno: The city was the birthplace of Antonio Canova and houses the Canoviano Museum with the Canovian plaster cast gallery.
The Brenta Villas: With this tour you can sail on the Brenta river with a burchiello, a boat that plows the waters of the Brenta at a slow pace, while the guides on board illustrate the history, culture and art witnessed by the Brenta Villas.
Verona: Verona is one of the major art cities of Italy for its artistic and archaeological riches.
Verona has numerous monuments from the Roman era, all built after the 1st century BC, when the city was rebuilt inside the Adige loop. The most famous monument of all, which has become a symbol of the city itself, is the Arena, the third largest Roman amphitheater in Italy after the Colosseum and the Capuan amphitheater, but the best preserved of these, so much so that it is used today to host the famous Arena opera festival, as well as numerous concerts.
The Dolomites: We will take you to discover these wonderful places declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Itinerary, departures from Treviso or Venice:
- Pieve di Cadore, the place that gave birth to Titian, a Renaissance master.
- Cortina d'Ampezzo thanks to its position in the middle of a wide valley, surrounded by beautiful mountains such as the Tofane complex, Monte Cristallo and Croda da Lago, hosted the Winter Olympic Games in 1956 and will host this sporting event again in 2021.
- Misurina lake, the largest natural lake in Cadore.
- San Martino di Castrozza.
- Three Peaks of Lavaredo, are three of the most famous peaks in the Alps, and certainly the most famous in the Dolomites.
San Candido - Lienz cycle path: Your driver will take you to the splendid alpine setting of San Candido, where you can rent a bicycle and discover, thanks to this eco tourism, wonders such as the landscapes of our Alps, or stop for a guided tour of the Loacker factory.
CastelBrando: CastelBrando is located along the Via del Prosecco, in Cison di Valmarino, nestled among the UNESCO heritage hills, is this majestic castle with 2000 years of history, among the largest and oldest in Europe which today is used as a luxury hotel and congress center.
Refresh yourself at the 2 restaurants, one elegant and refined that is also suitable for ceremonies and special events and another more formal and modern but no less of quality.
Treat yourself to a guided tour of its museums, where you can admire authentic historical wonders from musical instruments to weapons, from costumes to the elements of justice.
Relax at the SPA, created from ancient Roman Baths and fully breathe the history of this building.
Absolutely to visit the village at the foot of the castle; elected the most beautiful village in Italy, it is the site of many events during the year, among which, to be counted: alive craftsmanship, which is held the first two weeks of August where, walking through the ancient restored village you can relive arts and crafts of the past, performed live by skilled hands of artisans.
Conegliano: The Conegliano area is located at the foot of the Prosecco hills that precede the Belluno Prealps, in an intermediate position between the Veneto-Friuli plain and the mountains.
It is located almost halfway between Treviso (to which province it belongs) and Belluno, both easily reachable thanks to the A27 motorway.
The city of Conegliano, linked to a long religious and monastic tradition that has interested it for long centuries, preserves many religious architectures: inside the walls of the ancient city and around them there are the most ancient and important churches (among all the Duomo), old oratories and the surviving monasteries; in the more modern districts, developed in the twentieth century, there are the relative parish churches, examples of modern and contemporary religious architecture.
Osteria without Innkeeper in Valdobbiadene: The inn without the host in Santo Stefano di Valdobbiadene, home of Cartizze and Prosecco, is located in a hilly hermitage from which you can admire vineyards and gentle valleys with restful greenery.
This tavern has been fully equipped for appetizing snacks to be consumed alone or better with relatives, guests and friends or in a group.
But here's the peculiarity: the host is not there, we serve ourselves freely and the offer for what we have tasted is left to the honesty of the customers, especially tourists, who can deposit the money in a box on the kitchen table.
Molinetto della Croda in Refrontolo: The Molinetto della Croda is an ancient water mill located in an important landscape area of the province of Treviso, in the Lierza valley, along the road that connects the town of Refrontolo to that of Rolle.
Externally the building is a small rural structure, made of stone and wood and leaning against a rocky ridge, from which the waters of the Lierza flow.
Inside the mill it is possible to visit the plant with the characteristic millstone and the various floors of the house, testimony of the places where the families who have followed in the management lived.
With the transfer service you will be accompanied or picked up at the airports of Venice and Treviso with a comfortable Mercedes Vito or a Peugeot Traveller.
Furlan Car Hire is also available for excursions that allow you to visit the beauties of our beautiful country!
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