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What to see out of Jesolo

 
 
 
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Venezia (20km)

 Jesolo is the ideal starting point for visiting Venice due to its convenient transport links.The shortest route to the city is the "Jesolo - Punta Sabbioni" road (15 km from the hotel) that you can reach by car or by bus (the bus stop is 100 m from the hotel), where you will find the motorboat that leaves for St. Mark’s Square in Venice every half hour. From Punta Sabbioni or directly from Venice you can easily visit the islands of Murano, known throughout the world for its blown glass production, Burano, famous for its hand-crafted lace, as well as its typical brightly coloured houses, and Torcello, the characteristic island that hosts Byzantine exhibits such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and the Church of Santa Fosca.

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Treviso (40km)

 Jesolo is the ideal starting point for visiting Venice due to its convenient transport links.The shortest route to the city is the "Jesolo - Punta Sabbioni" road (15 km from the hotel) that you can reach by car or by bus (the bus stop is 100 m from the hotel), where you will find the motorboat that leaves for St. Mark’s Square in Venice every half hour. From Punta Sabbioni or directly from Venice you can easily visit the islands of Murano, known throughout the world for its blown glass production, Burano, famous for its hand-crafted lace, as well as its typical brightly coloured houses, and Torcello, the characteristic island that hosts Byzantine exhibits such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and the Church of Santa Fosca.

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Padova (90km)

 Padua, an ancient university city, conserves numerous testimonies of its glorious artistic and cultural past that make it a destination for tourists from all over the world. Padua is also internationally famous as the city of Saint Anthony. It is the site of the famous Cappella degli Scrovegni, which houses a renowned cycle of frescoes by Giotto, considered one of the masterpieces of Western art. You can also visit Caffè Pedrocchi, one of the most famous cafés in the world, in the heart of the city centre. A walk in Prato della Valle is not to be missed. This large, elliptical piazza has become one of the symbols of Padua. As well as being the largest Piazza in the city, it is also one of the biggest in Europe (90.000 sq.m.)www.cappelladegliscrovegni.it

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Verona (150km)

Verona is situated on the Adige River, about thirty kilometres East of Lake Garda. The Basilica di San Zeno in Verona is considered one of Italy’s Romanesque masterpieces. Why not visit the famous Arena, the most important open air opera stage in the world. Visit "Romeo and Juliet’s balcony ", the inspiration for Shakespeare’s famous tragedy and try Verona’s famous Pandoro, a typical Christmas cake that is now known worldwide.  

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Trieste (90km)

Trieste, the city of Umberto Saba and Italo Svevo, is a crossroads of cultures and religions due to its geographical ‘border’ position and to the historical vicissitudes that have made it a meeting place for many different peoples. The marvellous Miramare Castle overlooks the gulf of Trieste, just a few kilometres North of the city and was built at the behest of Maximilian of the Hapsburgs, Archduke of Austria and Emperor of Mexico. It was later the home of Duke Amedeo of Aosta. Also visit the Grotta Gigante (Giant Grotto) in the Carso area, the uplands behind Trieste.  The exceptional proportions of the cave and its clever illumination highlight all that nature has created and make for an impressive show.www.grottagigante.it www.castello-miramare.it

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