Village rich in history surrounded by vineyards
The name is reminiscent of the battle that ended the Italian-Austrian hostilities during the First World War. Vittorio Veneto is a municipality in the province of Treviso, halfway between Venice and Cortina d'Ampezzo.
The city has no real centre, having been formed by the merger of two separate localities: Serravalle and Ceneda. However, it has numerous squares and palaces to visit. One of them is Piazza Flaminio, which is overlooked by 19th-century buildings.
For lovers of nature walks, who do not want to miss an excursion surrounded by greenery, we recommend a stop at the Grotte del Caglieron, located in Breda di Fregona a few kilometres from Vittorio Veneto. Along the way, you will discover streams, suspended footbridges, small waterfalls and dense vegetation. All very impressive.
Another route to try is the Prosecco and Colli Conegliano and Valdobbiadene Wine Road, discovering the world-famous vineyards and sparkling wines.