REAL TIME LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST
Stretching from the Adriatic Sea to the Dolomites, Veneto region features a wide variety of microclimates.
The temperatures vary from 35°C on the sea level in Summer to -25°/-30° down the mountain dips during Winter. Flora and fauna varies accordingly to adapt to such a richness.
This rather unique mix makes Veneto region an ideal place to visit all year-round: each season offers countless opportunities to discover the area and enjoy its landscapes, culture, food and sport activities.
VENETO’S ART CITIES DURING SPRING
Spring is the perfect time of the year to visit the art cities of Veneto: Venice, of course, but also Padua, Treviso, Verona and Vicenza. The countryside also offers plenty of attractions: geometrically perfect Villas with their charming gardens, gently rolling hills covered with cherry blossoms and the foothills, already cleared from snow, housing an open-air museum of the First World War.
SUMMER IN VENETO: SEA AND MOUNTAIN HIKES
The long, sandy beaches of the Adriatic shore are particularly appreciated during Summer. For those who love the fresh air of the mountain instead, kilometres of hiking paths crossing the Dolomites (UNESCO World Heritage) and their stunning views just wait to be discovered.
AUTUMN IN VENETO: A KALEIDOSCOPE OF COLOURS
Colours are the protagonists of Autumn in Veneto: startling scarlet, gold, purple and orange blaze across its hills and mountains, offering an unforgettable view to the visitor.
Autumn is also the time of the harvesting of grapes and chestnuts: the Prosecco Hills are the best place to take part in this long-waited event.
WINTER ACTIVITIES IN VENETO
Hundred kilometres of snowy slopes and paths are the perfect location for winter sports: alpine ski, nordic ski and snowshoes take the visitor to the most beautiful and pristine sceneries of the Dolomites.
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