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Destinations Offered > Italy > Venice and the Veneto

For many, Venice is the ultimate romantic destination and rarely does she disappoint. As wonderful as Venice is, however, the nearby areas on the mainland, called the Veneto, offer their own charms. These include the historic towns of Padua and Verona and “La Strada del Vino”, the wine road that takes you through the areas that create Soave, Bardolino, Valpolicella and Amerone. We have combined the two to give you a unique (and romantic) experience

9 Days:$4,518 per person,inclusive of superior rooms in superior hotels ,16 meals,7 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 5 dinners, personally guided sightseeing and private car and driver. International airfare is additional. Participation limited to 6 guests.

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Days 2 - 5

Hotel Ca' Sagredo
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Located in the very heart of Venice, Ca’Sagredo Hotel typifies the perfect Venetian Palazzo hotel – where exceptional decoration and style combine with contemporary chic. Just a short walk from the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Square, this luxury five-star boutique hotel surpasses the expectations of even the most discerning of guests. Dating back to the 15th Century, the hotel retains many examples of its glorious past; period furnishings, precious fabrics and magnificent art works can be seen throughout. Each of the hotel’s spacious rooms and suites is elegantly decorated; most offer wonderful views onto the Grand Canal. The theme of luxury is also reflected in the hotel’s restaurant, L’Alcova, which has a panoramic terrace on the waterfront.
Days 6 - 8

Villa Michelangelo
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Originally an ancient monastery, Villa Michelangelo is now styled as a fine 18th-century country mansion set in a great park of formal gardens, rolling hills and cypress trees overlooking the city of Vicenza, a living monument to the world’s most admired architect, Andrea Palladio, and containing many examples of his work. Emulating this Palladian elegance, and just 10 minutes drive away, is Villa Michelangelo. Here, guests can savor the finest in regional cuisine without even leaving the grounds. The swimming pool has a sliding roof which is opened during the summer months; while the nearby Colli Berici Golf Course is one of the most scenic in the region. However, no stay would be complete without a visit to the jewels of the Veneto: Padua, Verona and, of course, Vicenza itself.