World Press Cycling Championships 2019 in Veneto

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Concerning the Press Championships 2019, which will be held in Treviso from the 12th to the 15th September, we are pleased to offer you our best welcoming and cooperation. As the official of this event we planned for you the best tours with the most beautiful destinations, to discover the Veneto region between cities of art, , nature and gastronomic itineraries.

We would suggest starting with Venice: there is no other place in the world like this exclusive city on water that has inspired imaginations of poets and artists for hundreds of years. It lies on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea, which is an extremely delicate ecosystem. Thanks to its uniqueness Venice and its lagoon are a Site since 1987.

However, the city is firstly famous for its art and history. Still now its architecture can testify the splendours accumulated over the years of the Serenissima’s history. In fact, Venice was a sovereign state and maritime republic, which existed for over a millenium between the 7th century and the 18th century. It is especially in Piazza that the oriental influences, above all Greek-Byzantine, have perfectly mixed with the typical styles of the territory. On the Grand Canal, instead, one can admire the Renaissence and Gothic buildings.

The city is anyway capital of the Veneto region, with whom is mightily connected. The inland region, in fact, it is also known as “the gardens of Venice”, as if it is an extension of the city. It is full of green valleys, beautiful mountains, unique architecture and a various culinary .

A good example is Treviso, a town between the amazing Dolomites and the water. The city centre in fact is characterized by several canals, which remind of Venice and make it a tiny paradise on the water. The river Sile is the main river which flows through the town, creating a magical atmosphere where visitors can enjoy the beautiful country landscapes and discover the nature of every season while using the cycling paths.

Source Press Office LDL