All the beauty of the Prosecco hills
Valdobbiadene is a small town in the province of Treviso, tucked between the waters of the river Piave and the hills of Conegliano. Its centre is Piazza Marconi, overlooked by the solitary 18th-century bell tower. Not far from the square is Villa dei Cedri, an Art Nouveau building that hosts exhibitions and events, surrounded by a large park that includes a children's play area.
The main attraction of the area, also popular with tourists from all over the world, is the new Strada del Prosecco and Vini dei Colli Conegliano Valdobbiadene. Established in 2003, it is the direct heir of what was, starting in 1966, Italy's first oenological artery. The loop route covers about 50 kilometres and winds through hills, vineyards, the remains of medieval buildings and wine cellars. Here you can stop and taste Prosecco, a product with an internationally recognised quality. In 2009, the bubbles of Conegliano Valdobbiadene obtained DOCG recognition, Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita.