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5 Reasons to Visit the Countryside of Venice When Travel Returns to Normal – Great Adventures

Before COVID-19 took over, Venice drew millions of visitors each year, simply due to its breathtakingly beautiful countrysides that are rich with natural splendours and other artistic glamour. Here are some reasons that make you want to head to Venice once things get back to normal.


All the Wine Routes

Some of the world's finest wines come from Italy and Venice's Prosecco Wine Road will treat you with some of the best in the country. In the area that is known as Strada del Prosecco e Vini dei Colli Conegliano Valdobbiadene that runs for about 50 kilometres, you will come across a range of wineries and if you're planning on heading to this place in 2021, make sure that you experience the flavours of rosé prosecco, the latest addition to the fine collection of wines in the country. If you have a particular affinity for white wine, it is recommended that you hit the Soave wine trail, which is also about 50 kilometres long.


The Euganean Hills

An impeccably scenic territory that can be found Southwest of Padua, the Euganean Hills can be described as an undiscovered place within the region of Veneto. These hills offer you the opportunity of discovering the 'real Italy' and are still an under-the-radar destination letting you indulge in wellness travel. If you adore places that exist well away from mass-tourism locations, the Euganean Hills is the place to be, which introduces you to its mélange of family-run wineries and medieval castles. It is also a great location to indulge in recreational activities such as golfing, hiking, and even horse-back riding.


Charming Towns that aren't Buzzing with Tourists

You will appreciate the sense of discovery without feeling as if you've ventured far from off-the-beaten-track places when you visit Venice's lovely towns. You mustn't forget to visit Asolo, a town that is hailed as one of the prettiest of villages in Italy. Arqua Petrarca is yet another perfectly delightful place that's on the list of most beautiful villages around here. Here, you can visit the former home of poet Petrarch that has been converted into a museum now.


Experience the Venetian View of the Renaissance

Just as Michelangelo still brings glory to the Renaissance in Rome, Venice and its surrounding regions boast of artists like Titian, Veronese, and Tintoretto, who have succeeded in placing their own print on the Renaissance. Andrea Palladio had utilised designs pertaining to ancient Rome and Greece and one can still see some of his masterpieces scattered upon the stunning landscapes in the Veneto countryside. One can also learn more about this period and related festivals from websites offering travel news the likes of Travel News Talk as well.


Fantastic Sports

The skiing enthusiasts can look forward to a fabulous time during winter when they head to tiny Cortina D'Ampezzo, which is also expected to join hands with Milan in hosting the 2026 Olympics. It is particularly notable for its good wind conditions and one may look forward to many opportunities for Nordic skiing as well.

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