30 minutes from Noventa di Piave
A destination for tourists from all over Europe, Jesolo is considered one of the most sought-after locations for summer holidays. An ideal destination for families with children and teenagers. Main attractions: Aqualandia, Luna Park, Tropicarium Park, Sea Life, Pista Azzurra, Pirate Shipyard. In the evening, the city turns into the longest pedestrian zone in Europe, full of stores, boutiques, restaurants, bars and trendy clubs and discos for all tastes.


 30 minutes from Noventa di Piave
Caorle is a picturesque town with its colourful houses and a seaside destination, full of establishments with a quiet beach ideal for families with children. From Caorle, you can visit Venice and the lagoon with its characteristic “casoni” (fishermen’s huts), the underwater marine oasis or have fun at the Aquafollie water park.


 30 minutes from Noventa di Piave
Venice, “the city on water”, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. An open-air museum to be visited while slowly walking on foot, or by boat or in a gondola. Among the major attractions we find: Piazza San Marco with the Campanile and its Basilica, Palazzo Ducale, Ponte di Rialto, Ponte dei Sospiri and the Grand Canal with its palaces. A must visit for its history and art treasures preserved in the many museums in this magical city. The most famous events include the Venice Carnival, the Biennale Arte, the Film Festival and the Regata Storica. Do not forget to visit Isola di Murano and its Mastri Vetrai, Burano with its colourful homes and lacework and Torcello for its Ponte del Diavolo (Devil’s Bridge), Trono di Attila (Attila’s Throne) and much more.


 1 hour from Noventa di Piave
Valdobbiadene or the “Land of Prosecco”, a town in the province of Treviso situated on a hilly area. The view is wonderful: with nature characterised by an expanse of vineyards that cover the hills and the verdant mountains overlooking Valdobbiadene. Its major attractions are the taverns and the key Prosecco wineries that you can visit while tasting the typical wines of the


 30 minutes from Noventa di Piave
Nicknamed by the poets as a città cortese (courteous city), an elegant town, worth visiting in any season. Ancient walls surround the city with its historic centre culminating in the beautiful Piazza dei Signori where the Palazzo del 300 stands along with the Loggia dei Cavalieri and the Fontana delle Tette from the 16th century which was used to distribute wine. This city is rich in churches and monasteries, greenery along the Sile river that surrounds it. Along
the streets, there are quaint restaurants where you can taste excellent typical dishes and snacks.


1 hour from Noventa di Piave
Ancient medieval village in the Asolo hills in the province of Treviso. Scholars, poets and artists love this city. Art lovers should not miss the monumental “Brion” funeral complex, one of the major works created by the architect Carlo Scarpa. In August, the “Calici di Stelle” event is celebrated to taste the best wines and products of the territory.


 1 hour from Noventa di Piave
Possagno is located at the foot of Monte Grappa, dominated by the majestic Temple dedicated to the great Canova. You can visit some of his masterpieces and his birthplace at the Gipsoteca. A look at the surroundings of Possagno who were sadly the protagonists of bloody battles during the First World War. A wide range of cultural itineraries make a journey back in time possible, through the places that hold memories of the Great War, of Renaissance and medieval architecture, and to the traces of the domination of ancient Rome.

Cortina d'Ampezzo

 1 hour and 40 minutes from Noventa di Piave
Known as the “Pearl of the Dolomites” and a symbol of the “Dolce Vita”. Cortina presents itself to many different types of tourism. A winter destination for snow sports enthusiasts, in summer it is a destination for those who enjoy long walks in the woods and mountain trails. Breath-taking views, surrounded by the Dolomites UNESCO heritage, with its monumental peaks, such as Cristallo, Tofane, Cinque Torri, Po ‘Magagnon, Becco di Mezzodì which are among the most beautiful mountains in the world. For those who love fashion and shopping, take a look at the shops in Corso Italia and Cortina Fashion Week.


 1 hour and 30 minutes from Noventa di Piave
A cosmopolitan city rich in history. Port city with Austro-Hungarian and Slovenian influences. The heart of the city is the most beautiful and symbolic of its squares: Piazza Unità d’Italia. Majestic palaces overlook its streets. Long walks on the pier that runs along the sea and numerous museums, castles and cathedrals to visit. Do not miss the ancient Roman Amphitheatre and the Miramare Castle in an enchanting position, on a rocky promontory stretching towards the Gulf of Trieste.


 1 hour from Noventa di Piave
Aquileia with its immense archaeological area and the Patriarchal Basilica is a precious treasure trove of art and history. It was founded by the Romans as a military colony in 181 BC and the ancient river port dates back to the first century. In 1998 it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It was one of the largest and richest cities in the Roman Empire, the centre of Christianity throughout central Europe during the Middle Ages. You can visit magnificent mosaics in the Basilica Patriarcale and the countless archaeological excavations, the early Christian, national and archaeological museum and the Roman Forum of Aquileia discovered in 1934. Nearby you can visit the town of San Daniele del Friuli to taste the famous San Daniele ham.


50 minutes from Noventa di Piave
Padua, known as the “City of the Saint”, famous for Giotto’s frescoes in the Scrovegni Chapel and for the grand 13th century Basilica of Sant’Antonio. Famous for its excellent universities. Do not miss the botanical garden and Prato della Valle, a historic landmark and the largest square in the city. It has innumerable museums: the Risorgimento, the Contemporary Age, the Astronomical, the Observatory, Palazzo Zuckermann and many others. Places to visit are Piazza dei Signori, Padua’s city lounge par excellence, Piazza delle Erbe, Palazzo della Ragione and Palazzo del Bo. Pedrocchi Café is one of the iconic places of Padua for tasting coffee and cuisine and is famous as the most exclusive venue of the city centre.