Universally regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world and listed as UNESCO World Heritage site, the city's Art heritage is priceless. The museum tours are a chance to admire the most famous painters of the Venetian School – Bellini, Tintoretto, Tiziano, Giorgione to name just a few. The small islands of Murano and Burano also deserve a visit to admire the work of their glass and lace master artisans.
Hotel In Sylvis is ideally located for a visit to the famous city, since it is a half-hour away by car or by train, that leave the nearly station of Portogruaro every 30 minutes.
Trieste and The Postumia Caves
A city rich in history, museums and magnificent architecture, it was the only seaport of the Austrian Empire. The famous Castle of Miramare was the summer residence of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Sissy.
Crossing the border to nearby Slovenia, just a few kilometers from Trieste, lies one of the most famous natural phoenomena in the world: the Caves of Postojna are Slovenia's greatest tourist attraction, and one of the most impressive karst caves systems. It is open to the public and may be turned on a little train, that takes tourists through the entire 21-km length of the caves, which have inspired more than 100 guidebooks over the past 200 years.
This splendid town in the heart of the Dolomites is one of the most popular winter tourist spots in Italy. It is famous not only for its natural beauty, but its exclusive gatherings and VIP visitors has served as a location for many films. The city center has prestigious art galleries and luxury shops.
A small Venetian beach resort featuring charming narrow streets and the classic small brightly-coloured houses, this fishing village has a lively port that comes to live in the morning when the fishing boats come in. A mini-Venice with a unique atmosphere, lovely in summer as well as in winter. It is known for its seafront promenade, with its massive stones sculpted by some of the most famous artists in the world.