Venice is universally considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world and ranks, along with its lagoon, among the Italian World Heritage sites by UNESCO. Recommended destination for our guests of Agriturismo Millefiori as easily reachable by public transport or by car. The historical part of the city, located at the center of the lagoon, is traditionally divided into six districts: Dorsoduro, Santa Croce, San Polo, San Marco, Cannaregio and Castello.
The districts of the old city are built around the double bend of the Grand Canal, the main waterway which runs a network of about 150 smaller canals. Among the major islands that surround the historic nucelo and that are also part of the town, remember Murano, Burano famous respectively for the processing of glass and lace, Torcello and the long, thin island of Lido with its beach resorts.
Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet but not only. UNESCO World Heritage Site for its urban structure and its architecture: Verona is a clear example of a city that has developed progressively and uninterruptedly over two thousand years, incorporating artistic elements of the highest quality of different periods that have followed ; also an exceptional way the concept of a fortified city in the most crucial stage of European history.
Characterized by a cultural and artistic heritage: the enchanting views of the old town, Lake Garda, only a few kilometers kidnaps for the color of its water and the olive groves of the moraine hills. It is a short step to reach the lush expanses of vineyards of Valpolicella with his villas. Then the climb, to discover the Regional Natural Park of Lessinia with woods, pastures, snow-capped peaks, rich in natural phenomena but also traces of prehistoric settlements that bring the visitor back in time.
A few kilometers to explore the routes of Eastern Veronese: villages enclosed by severe fortifications, turreted walls of medieval castles and stately homes open to curious visitors. And the plain preserves secrets of ancient prehistoric settlements along with nature reserves, country churches and genuine products that only a secular dedication to the land can give.