Venice itineraries - discover Venice sestiere, beach Jesolo, Caorle, Chioggia, Garda Lake, brenta villas, the Brenta River - travel guide in Venice

Itineraries

To pass a vacation to Anna B&B, means to have the possibility to visit numerous art's towns, to follow extraordinary routes and to practice sport activity to 15 minuteren from Venice and its islands. All the places that we will go to describe to be distant less than an hour than machine from ANNA B&B.

  1. Brenta River (Riviera del Brenta)

    LOCATION: Riviera del Brenta
     The Riviera del Brenta (Brenta River) is made up of districts and green spots along the ancient course of a river linking Padua to Venice. This was the ideal extension of Venice onto the mainland, almost a continuation of the lagoon city: between the 16th and the 18th century the Brenta Riviera expe …
  2. Venice and islands: Murano, Burano, Torcello, Lido

    LOCATION: Venice
     Venice is world-famous for its canals, museums and churchs. It is built on an archipelago of 118 islands formed by about 150 canals in a shallow lagoon. The islands on which the city is built are connected by about 400 bridges. In the old center, the canals serve the function of roads, and every for …
  3. Venice Sestiere: San Marco

    LOCATION: Venice
     The area is densely built and was the location of Venice's government. S.Marco is one of the six sestieri of Venice, lying in the heart of the city. San Marco also includes the island of San Giorgio Maggiore. Although the district includes Saint Mark's Square, that was never administered as part of …
  4. Venice Sestiere: Castello

    LOCATION: Venice
     Castello is the largest of the six sestieri of Venice. The district grew up from the thirteenth century around a naval dockyard on what was originally the Isole Gemini, although there had been small settlements of the islands of San Pietro di Castello (for which the sestiere is named), also called I …
  5. Venice Sestiere: Cannaregio

    LOCATION: Venice
     Cannaregio is one of the six historic sestieri (districts) of Venice, and the northernmost of the city. It also has the largest population, of around 20,000 people. The Cannaregio Canal gave the district its name; before the construction of a railway link into Venice, the canal was the main entra …
  6. Venice Sestiere: San Polo

    LOCATION: Venice
     San Polo is the smallest of the six sestieri of Venice, covering just 86 acres (35 hectares) along the Grand Canal. It is one of the oldest parts of the city, having been settled before the ninth century, when it and San Marco formed part of the Realtine Islands. The sestiere is named for the Church …
  7. Venice Sestiere: Santa Croce

    LOCATION: Venice
     It occupies the north west part of the main islands, and can be divided into two areas: the eastern area being largely mediaeval, and the western - including the main port and the Tronchetto - mostly lying on land reclaimed in the twentieth century. The district includes the Piazzale Roma, home to …
  8. Venice Sestiere: Dorsoduro

    LOCATION: Venice
     Dorsoduro is one of the six sestieri of Venice. It includes the highest land areas of the city and also includes Giudecca island and Isola Sacca Fisola. Its name derives from the Italian for "hard ridge", due to its comparatively high, stable land. The original heart of the area was the Giudecca Ca …
  9. Venice Sestiere: Giudecca

    LOCATION: Venice
     Giudecca is an island in the Venetian Lagoon. It is part of the sestiere of Dorsoduro. …
  10. Padova

    LOCATION: Padua
     We are only 30 minutes from Padua. Padua is one of the most charming and dynamic cities in Italy. The city centre boasts a wealth of fine medieval, renaissance and modern architecture; The most famous of the Paduan churches is the Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova, locally simply known as "Il Santo …
  11. Colli Euganei

    LOCATION: Padua
     the Colli Euganei, little to south of Padua are famous for the mud , spa treatments, for medioval villages. The thermal waters of the Colli Euganei began to be taken advantage of already from the Roman age, in particular to Montegrotto. Subsequently, in medieval and rinascimentale age, to rise castl …
  12. Chioggia

    LOCATION: Chioggia
     About 40 minutes from Villa Venezia B&B Chioggia is a miniature version of Venice, with a few canals, chief among them the Canale Vena, and the characteristic narrow streets known as calli. Chioggia has several medieval churches, much reworked in the period of its greatest prosperity in the 16th and …
  13. Jesolo and Caorle

    LOCATION: Jesolo-Caorle
     Jesolo and Caorle are the most wonderful popular beaches of our Region an hour from Villa Venezia bed and Breakfast.There are lovely golden coloured sandy beaches in Jesolo and Caorle.Thousands of visitors from Europe and whole over the world come to enjoy their holidays on these beachs. Caorle is …
  14. Bassano del Grappa and Marostica

    LOCATION: Vicenza
     About 50 kilometres from Anna B&B , we find the town Bassano del Grappa, the second most important in the province, after the aforementioned capital. Many are the visitors who come to admire the Brenta river by the Alpini Bridge, also known as the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) and to learn about the ar …
  15. Treviso

    LOCATION: Treviso
     TREVISO, in origin a Roman city, then a commune and finally a Venetian possession, mainly medieval in aspect, with picturesque canals and noble buildings. it is the home of the headquarters of designer clothing company Benetton, and of the major appliance maker DeLonghi. As soon as we arrive in Tre …
  16. Possagno

    LOCATION: Vicenza
     The imposing neo-classical temple rising above the panorama of hills around Possagno is known for its most famous citizen, Antonio Canova, who designed it as a church for his hometown. The Temple is home to the artist's grave and hosts some of Canova's works: a marble self-portrait, the Metopes (le …
  17. Castelfranco Veneto

    LOCATION: Castelfranco Veneto
     Giorgione's town conserves the prestige of a historic centre of art within its medieval walls. Giorgione's altarpiece inside the Duomo and the frieze of Casa Marta Pellizzari lie in the heart of the town alongside the eighteenth century Academic Theatre (Teatro Accademico). Frescoed buildings overlo …
  18. Asolo

    LOCATION: Asolo
     Asolo is a medieval town, which nineteenth century Italian poet Giosuč Carducci called "the town of a hundred horizons", stands as an architectural jewel of Veneto in the midst of an enchanting panorama. The Rocca or citadel dominates the old town hosting the castle, the Cathedral, with an altarpiec …
  19. Verona

    LOCATION: Verona
     With its immense artistic and cultural patrimony, Verona can be considered, the second city after Rome in Italy; it is famous for its Roman amphitheatre, the Arena, completed around 30 AD, which is the third largest in Italy, after Rome's Colosseum and the arena at Capua.There is also a variety of o …