A region known throughout the world for its landscapes, art cities, little medieval villages, and the enormous cultural heritage it holds. Hence, a multifaceted spectacle, which extends between the Apennines and the Tyrrhenian Sea, give visitors many wonders to discover.DISCOVER
Veneto is a region with many facets, where an extraordinary variety of landscapes blends with an extremely rich artistic and cultural heritage. The Dolomites, which turn pink at sunset, the unique landscape of the lagoon, the long sandy beaches on the Adriatic, the soft hills, a valley furrowed by rivers, and Lake Garda on the eastern border are a spectacular natural setting for unmissable art cities such as Venice, Verona, Vicenza and Padua.DISCOVER
Piedmont is a land of mountains, surrounded on three sides by the rugged and imposing profiles of the Alps and Apennines. The Sestriere and Milky Way are very much appreciated ski centers. At the foot of the mountains the land opens into picturesque valleys, while the landscape changes becoming a succession of fields and vineyards, dotted with villages and castles on the soft hills of the Langhe and Monferrato, and flattening out again in the areas of Novara and Vercelli, dominated by rice fields. Lake Maggiore, with Stresa and the Borromean Islands, is a charming tourist destination.DISCOVER
Emilia Romagna is a region particularly fertile and productive, where the climate is tempered by the influence of the Adriatic Sea. Its boundaries are bordered to the north by the Po River and to the south by the mountain ranges of the Apennines.