The Veneto region is located at the Northern part of Italy. Its capital is ... READ MOREVenezia . The word ‘Veneto’ was derived from the Veneti people that inhabited the region during the ancient times. It is known worldwide for its beautiful setting , fascinating artwork and unique architecture. If you want to fully experience the Veneto region, Ville in Italia’s rental offer includes a wide choice of luxury villas and apartments in Veneto. The local culture of the area is prominent during carnivals and festivals. Carnival is one of the most attractive events in most cities in Veneto such as Venezia , but also Padova and the Valpolicella area . It draws attention of locals and tourists as well. Veneto, a piece of art The Veneto itself is considered a work of art due to its numerous number of art treasuries. A good illustration is the western art merged with byzantine elements, which make the art in Veneto appear unique. One of the most famous palace façades are found in this region. The distinguished style of composition, artists and fascinating painters play a role in promoting Veneto region as a first class center for culture. The great palaces and cathedrals in Veneto clearly show the high level of development. Various treasuries of knowledge and historic artworks are contained in its museums and galleries. Breathtaking architecture of Veneto Veneto is full of creative architecture that date back centuries and are therefore held in high esteem by the locals of the region. It is because of the diverse and distinguished art of architecture that many dream of renting luxury Venetian Villas . Renaissance art can be observed on the facades of the churches of San Francesco, San Giorgio Maggiore and il Redentore. Another form of art that prevails in Veneto is the gothic art. It is noticeable in the facades of various buildings such as the Palazzo Ducale , in Venezia. One of the most famous palace façade done in gothic style is in the Ca’d’ Oro . Some churches like the San Giovanni e Paolo and Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari have gothic art. The presence of wealthy citizens and a number of noble families has made art a prevailing factor in Veneto . Culinary triangle in the Veneto region Veneto has a wide range of cuisine which is divided into three types. The plains, coastal and mountain cuisine, divided on a geographical base. There are various seasonings for cuisine in Veneto . Main cuisine in the plains is pasta and beans and venetian style liver. Along the coast the main dishes are sardines, eel and cod, while on the mountains cuisine mainly revolves around cheese, Asiago and Montasio above all. Finally, Tiramisu, one of the most famous Italian desserts was born in the Venetian region (between Venice and Treviso) and Pandoro, typical Italian Christmas cake. The water city of Venice and its Grand Canal The city of Venezia , or Venice, has extravagant and breathtaking bridges such as the Rialto Bridge. It was previously famous for being the only bridge on the well known Grand Canal . The Grand Canal , also Canalazzo , runs through Venice in an S shape. It is an ancient waterway lined with buildings which are up to thirteen or more centuries old. The buildings were built by Venetian families and many of the people in Venice travel through the Grand Canal. Rialto Bridge is found on the Grand Canal and is considered an attraction. It was previously famous because it was the only bridge on the Grand Canal. Most tourists get a feel of the Grand Canal by use of gondola which has been the most common means of transport used in Venice for centuries. More bridges have been constructed across the Grand Canal. These include the Ponte Della Costituzione, Ponte Degli Scalzi and Ponte Dell’ Accademia. Ferries and private boats also operate along the canal. While cruising up or down the Grand Canal, one can get a good view of the buildings built along it and explore the structure and beauty. Bridges of Sight, when architecture meets legend Excellent style of bridge architecture is eminent in the Legendary Bridge of sighs . The Bridge of sighs is one of the most famous landmarks found in Venezia and it is made entirely of white limestone. It was designed by Antonio Contino back in the 17th Century. This bridge connects Doge’s palace to the prisons of Palazzo delle Prigioni. It is said to be the last view a prisoner would have before getting imprisoned. Other well known bridges in Venezia include Ponte de la Piavola and Ponte de la Libertà . Ponte de la Libertà connects Venice historical center to the mainland. This bridge is only used by road vehicles. The main attraction about the bridges in Venice is the creative architecture. They date back centuries and are therefore held in high esteem by the locals in Venice.