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Veneto is home to some of Italy’s most beautiful treasures, though many visitors miss them in their haste to reach their apartment in Venice. Verona is beautiful and historic

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Soave has an enchanting castle and is home to the much-loved wine. Cortina d’Ampezzo houses a world-class ski resort. And in Padua, art lovers can marvel at Giotto’s groundbreaking fresco cycle. Staying at a holiday villa in Veneto needn’t only involve sightseeing, however. In exquisite Lake Garda you’ll find pristine waters and fragrant lemon groves beneath the snow-capped Alps, and in the sub-alpine Bassano del Grappa, you can savour gourmet white asparagus. Veneto hugs the Adriatic Sea and is bordered on the north by the Dolomites. The Riviera del Brenta runs between Venice and Padua and was an area favoured by the 17th century elite. Why not emulate them with a holiday villa in Veneto? Now known as the Venetian Villas, these luxurious summer residences were built along the Brenta River during Renaissance times. Marostica also basks in Renaissance flavour: a life-sized chess game takes place in this little town, and its living

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