Venice is the Italian city of the most visited in the world. Ancient maritime republic soon became the center of commerce in Europe. Thanks to its geographical position soon becomes the bridge that joins the business with the East West. Completely surrounded by the waters of the lagoon and the Adriatic Sea, Venice reaches its peak in 1700.
When we went to Venice, one is struck by the charm of this unique city, the time seems to stand at 700 century when Venice became the most beloved city in Europe. Often the nobles or from any city of the continent, especially loved to go to Venice during Carnival to be captured by this city, suspended between sky and sea.
Walking through the streets and fields of Venice is a unique experience every corner of the city contains a piece of history. The sights are definitely: Doges' Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, St. Mark's Basilica and the square with the bell tower across the Rialto Bridge and much more.
You can reach Venice from Jesolo traveling with the ship in the lagoon that starts at Punta Sabbioni. If you prefer you can go to Venice by car, crossing the Liberty Bridge and park at Piazzale Roma.
Verona The city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its urban structure and its architecture. The first contacts between Rome and Verona are documented around the third century BC Verona has many Roman monuments, all built after the first century BC, when there was the rebuilding of the city in the Adige. The most famous of all, become a symbol of the city itself, is the Arena, the third Roman amphitheater in Italy in size after the Colosseum and the amphitheater of Capua. Still is used to house the famous opera festival Arena, as well as numerous concerts.
What Scala is a positive period for Verona for town planning: in fact it has seen the construction of many buildings and monuments still visible. The old town, (in particular Piazza Erbe, Piazza dei Signori and Piazza San Zeno)
Also thanks to William Shakespeare's Verona is a city now widely known and admired in the world. Many lovers swear prorpio still love in the balcony of the famous story of "Romeo and Juliet" told by Shakespeare.
The city of Padua is home to a prestigious and oldest universities, boasts numerous testimonies of its glorious artistic and cultural past, which make it a destination for tourists from all over the world. Padua conserves one of the most extraordinary and revolutionary masterpieces of medieval art, the Scrovegni Chapel, shown at the beginning of the fourteenth century by Giotto.
It is universally known as the city of St. Anthony, the famous Portuguese Franciscan, born in Lisbon in 1195, who lived in Padua for several years and died there (June 13 1231). The remains of the saint are preserved in the Basilica of St. Anthony, the destination of many pilgrims from all over the world and one of the main monuments of the city.
It's known as the city of Palladio who designed much of the late Renaissance architecture and art is a place not only among the most important of the Veneto. It is a destination for cultural tourism with visitors from all over Italy and abroad. Constitutes a unique artistic achievement for the many contributions of Andrea Palladio's architecture, the city was incorporated in 1994, the World Heritage of UNESCO, which is also the Palladian Villas of the Veneto (since 1996).
The sixteenth century was the great architect of the late Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio. Young man to come from his native Vicenza Padua, Vicenza taken to heart by the patron Gian Giorgio Trissino, who made him study Palladio turned out to be one of the most influential personalities in the history of Western architecture.  The many noble families in Vicenza (the Port, the Valmarana, the Thiene, the Trissino to name a few) commissioned Palladio's numerous palaces in the city as well as many villas completely redesigned the set Vicenza. Among the major works the Palladian Basilica in the central Piazza dei Signori, the Teatro Olimpico, Chiericati Palace and Villa Capra Rotunda located just outside the town.
The town center reveals the rich history of this ancient Venetian town. You can admire the historical artifacts dating back to the Roman Empire. In 1967, during the renovation of the square, unearthed a mosaic dating from the fourth century AD
Treviso is surrounded by massive Venetian walls of 1500 prepared to defend against the invaders of the League of Cambrai. At the center you can see, the Civic Tower Duomo, the Baptistery.
Trieste is a bridge between the West and Central Europe, Mediterranean mix characters and Central Europe. These are found especially in the severe lines of buildings and the wide boulevards and squares. It is a major hub for rail and sea. Its port, located in the heart of the European continent, was the main maritime outlet of the Hapsburg Empire. Today it is a hub for international trade flows between the land-sea markets in Central and Eastern Europe and Asia.
Trieste was the seat, since 1877, a reputed School of Commerce. In 1924 the city was endowed university, which in the decades since acquired considerable prestige and home to many international scientific organizations for some time and the main Italian science park. It is known as the Trieste City of Science and the scientific community and is home to a well known and renowned university abroad each year attracts thousands of students from all over the world and all cultures.
To visit the Castle of Miramare, overlooking the Gulf of Trieste, just a few kilometers north of the city, the Grotta Gigante is the Carso area, which is the plateau behind Trieste.