Visit The Veneto: Top Ten Towns in Veneto Italy - Wolters World
The Veneto (the region where you find Venice) is an amazing place. The cities and towns are filled with amazing palaces, museums, monuments, history and so much more. If you are traveling to Italy it is well worth your time to stay in the Veneto.
This video gives you our Top Ten Cities to Visit in the Veneto.
1. Venice - the canals and all the majesty of the island city.
2. Verona - the home of the Roman Arena and Romeo and Juliet.
3. Vicenza - Palladio's Playground
4. Padova - St Anthony's Basillica and much more
5. Treviso - the wine statue
6. Bassano del Grappa - drink the grappa
7. Cittadella - Amazing walled town in the Veneto
8. The Dolomites - great hiking in amazing mountains
9. Asiago - the home of some of the best cheese & WWI monuments around.
10. Marostica - Human chess tournament.
Filmed in Vicenza, The Veneto, Italy
Top 10 Towns in North Italy - Visit Italy
Thinking of visiting Italy? The country is magnificent, this video gives you an idea of what are the best towns to visit in Northern Italy. Venice, Verona, Milan, Genoa, Cinque Terre, Como, Bassano del Grappa, Padova, Torino, Bergamo and More!
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Filmed in Bassano del Grappa, Italy
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Top 10 Best Things To Do in Vittorio Veneto, Italy
Vittorio Veneto Travel Guide. MUST WATCH. Top 10 things you have to do in Vittorio Veneto We have sorted Tourist Attractions in Vittorio Veneto for You. Discover Vittorio Veneto as per the Traveler Resources given by our Travel Specialists. You will not miss any fun thing to do in Vittorio Veneto
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List of Best Things to do in Vittorio Veneto, Italy
Toni Doro - Il Prosecco
Santuario di Santa Augusta
Grotte del Caglieron
Museo della Battaglia
Scalinata di Santa Augusta
Pieve di Sant'Andrea di Bigonzo
Museo del baco da seta
Veneto Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit Veneto? Check out our Veneto Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Veneto.
Top Places to visit in Veneto:
Arena di Verona, Doge's Palace, Basilica di San Marco, St. Mark's Square, Ponte di Rialto, Scrovegni Chapel, Basilica di Sant’Antonio, Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Basilica Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Sacrario di Cima Grappa, San Giorgio Maggiore, Dorsoduro, Santuario della Madonna dell'Angelo, Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore, Piazza dei Signori
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Veneto, Italy Tourism Video
Lagoons, mountains and timeless cities are what characterise Italy's elegant Veneto, which on the map is the right fold of Italy's over the knee boot. Here you'll find Venice, Verona and Padua. Find out more about coach tours to Veneto at Door2Tour.com
Visit Vicenza: Five Things You Will Love & Hate about Vicenza, Italy
Vicenza, Italy is a great town to visit. Located in the Veneto region approximately 20-45 minutes by train from Venice Vicenza makes a wonderful day trip from Venice or a nice base for seeing the Veneto.
Many US military personel are acquainted with Vicenza with its military base (which is expanding). Here are five things that anyone (but mostly US visitors) will love and hate (well dislike a little bit) about visiting Vicenza, Italy.
Filmed in Vicenza by Wolters World and Mark Wolters
Verona Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit Verona? Check out our Verona Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Verona.
Top Places to visit in Verona:
Gardaland Park, Lago di Garda, Santuario Basilica Madonna della Corona, Piazzale Castel San Pietro, Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore, Ponte Scaligero, Borghetto sul Mincio, Piazza Bra, Castello Scaligero, Chiesa di Sant'Anastasia, Val di Sogno, Lungolago di Lazise, Piazza delle Erbe, Ponte Pietra, Monte Baldo
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Visit Venice - 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Venice, Italy
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From Walking above flooded streets, to walking the streets with some of the other 20 million tourists that to sardine sauce on your pasta, Venice has a lot that can shock a tourist in a good way and a not so good way. That's why we have the 10 things that SHOCK tourists when they come to Venice, Italy. Venezia is an amazing island city that tourists have enjoyed for years, so please watch and enjoy us covering some of the best things to do in Venice, the culture shocks to look out for and some fun in the Veneto city of Venice.
Filmed in Venice, Italy
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Visit Vicenza: Top Ten Sites in Vicenza, Italy
Whether you are visitng Venice or Verona or stationed at the local military base Vicenza has much for a tourist to see and enjoy, whether it is the Palladio's extensive architectural mark on the city or the local specialty of Bigoli with duck sauce Vicenza is a great place to be. Here is Wolters World top ten sites to see in Vicenza, Italy filmed in Vicenza.
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10 Things to do in Matera, Italy Travel Guide
Join us as we visit Matera, Italy in this travel guide covering top attractions, things to do and food worth eating in la Città Sotterranea (the Subterranean City). As one of our favorite cities we visited from our trip to Europe and around Italy Matera is somewhere you go to get lost around every corner. As one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, you'll find yourself exploring caves, the historical center 'sassi' and UNESCO heritage churches along with eating delicious Italian food. An exciting announcement is that Matera was declared Italian host of European Capital of Culture for 2019.
1) Chiesa rupestre di San Pietro Barisano
2) Convent of Saint Agostino
3) Cathedral of Matera
4) Chiesa di Santa Maria di Idris
5) Murgia National Park
6) La Grotta nei Sassi Restaurant
7) Storica Casa Grotta di vico Solitario
8) Palombaro Lungo - Underground Matera Tour
9) Ristorante Nadi
10) Matera at Night
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Our visit Matera travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to Italian cuisine, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day and night including visiting churches, parks, the old town 'sassi', quirky neighborhoods, museums and caves. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Matera tourism brochure, Matera itinerary or Matera city tour also known as Matera, Italia.
10 Things to do in Matera, Italy Travel Guide Food Video Transcript:
One destination that’s been at the very top of our travel bucket list for a while now is Matera, and on this trip to Italy, we were determined to make it happen!
Nicknamed “the stone city”, Matera has been quite literally dug out of the rock, and it’s a sight you won’t soon forget. Set on the slope of a rocky ravine, the landscape is dominated by cave dwellings, zigzagging staircases, and early churches that hold some incredible frescoes once you set foot inside.
During our visit, we stayed in the “sassi”, which is the ancient town, and in our opinion, the best way to soak in the vibe of this place.
Now in this video, we’re going to take you on a tour of the city and show you some of the things you can see, do and eat when you visit Matera.
Matera is well-known for its rupestrian churches, carved into the rock and covered in frescoes.
We first stopped by Chiesa Rupestre di San Pietro Barisano, which is the largest rock church in the city of Matera.
We wanted to show you the frescoes, so we continued to Convento di Sant’Agostino, a church and convent dating back to the late 16th Century. We started walking uphill via a series of staircases and winding streets, until we found ourselves in front of Matera Cathedral.
The rocky landscape we noticed is called Murgia (MoorJa) National Park and it’s an archaeological site with cliffs, gorges & caves.
Let’s take a quick break to introduce you to Materan cuisine. Like most of the establishments in Matera, this restaurant was set in a cave and we ate pasta, wine & dessert?
We spent a lot of time visiting cave churches, but for a look at how locals lived in these troglodyte dwellings, we visited Casa Grotta.
The Sassi District is a made up of a network of dwellings carved into the steep slopes of the valley walking into the Casa Grotta.
We visited Palombaro Lungo, a massive water cistern that sits directly under Matera’s main square.
After visiting Palombaro Lungo, we also found ourselves in front of the ruins of Chiesa del Santo Spirito. The church sits beneath Piazza Vittorio Veneto where you can make out frescoes on the walls.
Continuing our quest for Materan cuisine, we ended up at Ristorante Nadi - another cave restaurant that we stumbled upon by chance to see if we could get through a 4 course meal.
Our final recommendation for Matera would be to explore the city at night. Matera looks magical between sunset and blue hour and it was a pleasure to wander around with camera in hand.
And that’s a wrap for Matera! We hope you guys enjoyed discovering Italy’s famed Stone City, and we’ll see you soon with more videos from Italy.
This is part of our Travel in Italy video series showcasing Italian food, Italian culture and Italian cuisine.
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