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Veneto is one of Italy’s twenty regions and is the eight largest by area. The capital and largest city is the magnificent Venice. Veneto is perched on the northeastern coast of Italy. It starts from Dolomites and stretched all the way to Adriatic Sea. The region’s topographical look is defined by a range of hills and a valley, wrinkled by rivers, canals and Po River Delta. The entire coast of Veneto is marred by Venetian Lagoon, within which is located the city of Venice, one of the most visited cities in the world. The terrain of Veneto is as diverse as it can be. @9 percent of the region is mountainous and then there are those famous sandy beaches with several well known holiday resorts spread across. The most fascinating place to visit in Veneto is undoubtedly the jewel in its crown, Venice. A UNESCO world heritage site, Venice is the perfect portrayal of Renaissance era. Its splendid architecture, beautiful canals adorned with gondolas and narrow streets (called calli) make it a must visit. St Mark’s Basilica in Piazza San Marco is a sight for sore eyes. All in all, Veneto offers such exquisite and varied vistas, that cannot be seen anywhere else.