Venezia di notte

Excursions from Noale
to the Venetian provinces


Venezia AccademiaVenice, tourist city and cultural capital, common place, legend to pursue. A list of what the city offers to its visitors would be too long and conventional; it will be enough to say that there are many different itineraries to follow to discover the many fascinating aspects of this city of art.

The islands tour should include a visit to Murano and one of the many famous glass working factories; Burano, the most picturesque of the lagoon islands for the lively colours of its houses, famous for its lace-making; and finally Torcello, first human settlement in the lagoon. Some of its ancient splendour remained in the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, with its beautiful mosaics, and the Church of Santa Fosca.

Don’t forget to enjoy the famous Venice Carnival, the Redentore celebration (on the third Saturday of July), the Historical Regatta (on the first Sunday of September).


Padova - Prato della ValleAmong the most important cities in Veneto, Padua, despite its celebrated works of art, is maybe the one having a less monumental appearance. Despite its rather irregular topography, the old neighbourhoods, with their long porticos, offer a number of picturesque views. Life is very lively in Padua, and its many university students give a unique atmosphere to the whole city.


Among the most fascinating and important, we can mention the Basilica of Saint Anthony, the Church of Santa Giustina with its imposing structure, surmounted by a complex of 8 domes, the Dome and the Baptistery with the frescoes made by Giusto dei Manabuoi, the Scrovegni Chapel with the frescoes painted by Giotto, the Eremitani Museum, the Palazzo della Ragione hosting different exhibitions according to the period.


VeronaVerona is a city rich in colour and charm. Since the most ancient times, Verona has inspired famous poets, such as Shakespeare and Carducci, or artists, such as Veronese, Palladio, Tiepolo. Piazza delle Erbe, which was the original site of the Roman Forum, is the city’s heart. Among the buildings are the delicate double lancet windows and the crenellations of the fourteenth century Merchants’ House and the baroque style of the massive Maffei Palace, whereas the Giusti Garden, with its fountains, statues and tree labyrinth, has all the features of a typical Italian garden.
When we talk about Verona, we cannot of course forget the Arena, which was built in the first century AD. In summer, it hosts an internationally famous lyric season.




TrevisoTreviso is still a little known city, despite offering many opportunities to both tourists and students for research projects. It is, in fact, packed with churches, museums, and libraries. But maybe this is the reason why Treviso presents itself, to both its inhabitants and visitors, as a man-sized town, human and complete, and responding to the needs and wishes of the living.

Just a couple of words on Castelfranco Veneto, very similar for its style-life to Treviso. Surrounded by the castle walls dating from around 1200, the Dome keeps the famous Pala di Giorgione (1504), a masterpiece by Francesco Maria Preti. Near the Dome, there is the so-called "Giorgione’s House", with the fresco frieze of the liberal and mechanical arts, which the critics almost unanimously ascribe to the great Artist.

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