Venice to Bolzano – Adriatic and Venetian Civilizations

Venice to Bolzano

Enrico Massetti
Venice to Bolzano – Adriatic and Venetian Civilizations

Venice to Bolzano is a guide to a 15 days car trip in the north-east of Italy.

It’s a round trip from Venice to Bolzano passing through Grado, Aquileia, Trieste, Pordenone, Udine, Pieve di Cadore, Cortina d’Ampezzo, and returning through Trento, Lake Garda, Verona, Vicenza, Ferrara, and Ravenna.

There are descriptions and photos of the attractions.

It contains many reviews for the best-recommended restaurants that are at the location described. You have the information ready. The name, address, and telephone number are in the guide with the review.

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Venice to Bolzano
Venice to Bolzano

Welcome to Cortina d’Ampezzo

Cortina d’Ampezzo is the Italian supermodel of ski resorts.

It’s icy, pricey, and beautiful. The town’s stone church spires and pleasant cascading piazzas are framed by magnificent mountains.

It also doubles as a less glamorous summertime base for hiking, biking, and rock climbing.

Verona – Juliet’s balcony – AdobeStock_243110957

Verona: A magnificent chief town of the Veneto. It’s well-known for the Arena, the suggestive amphitheater of the Roman epoch. It was chosen as a background for the famous drama of Shakespeare.

It’s also the stage for the opera performances in the summertime; they are very famous and well attended: don’t miss the Aida, they put live elephants on stage!

Best known for its Shakespeare associations, Verona attracts a multinational gaggle of tourists to its pretty piazzas and knot of lanes, most in search of Romeo, Juliet, and all that.

Verona is also a bustling center beyond the heart-shaped kitsch and Renaissance romance. Its heart is dominated by a mammoth, remarkably well-preserved 1st-century amphitheater, the venue for the city’s annual summer opera festival.

Add to that countless churches, a couple of architecturally fascinating bridges over the Adige, regional wine and food from the Veneto hinterland, and some impressive art. Verona shapes up as one of northern Italy’s most attractive cities.

And all this just a short hop from the shores of stunning Lake Garda.

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