Wishes to explore
It is our selection. It is your discovery.
Days are a breach to desires, discoveries and revelations. Whether you have a lively pace or prefer to take a deep breath, our selection will accompany each one of your beginnings.
Always together with the sea.
Made in Italy and craftsmanship are at the heart of the shopping experiences to be lived every day. Drifting around the shopping centres or surrounded by the history of Venice that is the backdrop to Italian design.
The Fondaco dei Tedeschi, near Ponte Rialto, for luxury that tastes like history and a special view on Venice, with a privileged access to the panoramic terrace and the Prestige Lounge
Murano, with glass in its history
The streets of Jesolo, a reference point for design
The Outlet of Noventa di Piave
Water, art, architecture and calli (alleys), campi (squares), and silences. A labyrinth to be crossed in amazement. A continuous splendour that bursts in precious places, such as Piazza San Marco, as well as in the most intimate and common glimpses. From Punta Sabbioni you can reach Venice and the Islands, Burano, Murano, Torcello, by motorboat.
The Roman city overlooking the Adige River.
Rich in art and UNESCO World Heritage site. From the Arena to the Basilica of San Zeno, passing through the alleys and Renaissance squares, to the romantic Juliet’s balcony from Shakespeare’s famous play and the Roman Theatre overlooking the river.
Only 30 km from Lake Garda.
The city of Sant’Antonio and university city, Padua has a glorious cultural and artistic past. Worth a visit is the famous Scrovegni Chapel, which contains the fresco cycle by Giotto, and Prato della Valle, one of the largest squares in Europe. For a break and a coffee go to Café Pedrocchi, one of the most famous cafés in the world, and located in the city centre.
Trieste is a cultural and religious crossroads, bearing the marks of its Central European history. Make sure to visit the Castello Miramare, overlooking the Gulf of Trieste, built on the order of Maximilian I, and the Grotta Gigante on the Carso, the plateau located behind Trieste. But linger among its streets and take a break at one of its many historic cafés.
A pleasant discovery. 15 km from the Piave river, Treviso develops around alleys, canals and barbicans that keep intact the charm of a city rich in history. Visit the Duomo, Piazza dei Signori, Piazza Sant’Andrea and Palazzo Ca’ dei Carraresi with its exhibitions of international fame.