Just ten kilometers from Chioggia and the sea, Zennare farm is in an ideal position to reach the main cities of Veneto, alternating the quiet countryside with sightseeing to another to discover Veneto.
The closest art cities are Chioggia, Venice, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso and Vicenza, and their major population centres of the Middle Ages as Monselice, Este, Montagnana in Padua; Asolo in Treviso; Bassano del Grappa and Marostica in Vicenza; or the hills and the Colli Euganei. They can be easily reached in an hour or two driving.

To reach Venice it is possible to go on a fascinating journey using public transports (bus and boat) starting from Chioggia, along the long, narrow island of Pellestrina, which divides the sea from the lagoon, stopping at Venice Lido, to arrive after about an hour and a half in the capital of the Venetian Republic.
And for those who love cycling, the same route can be covered with by the bicycles that the farm puts at disposal of the guests, and that can be transported on the ferry boats connecting to the Lido of Venice.

But just a few kilometers from the farm you can visit places, cities, monuments, parks less known but of inestimable suggestion . You can see the ingenious drainage works of the late nineteenth century in the delicate balance of the Venetian lagoon that is one of the most famous and studied wetlands of Europe.
If we can give you some advice, once let the big tourist destinations to get to know this so-called minor world only because less known, that goes from Venice to the Delta of the river Po.

Some suggestions can be found in these pages: then it is up to your imagination, as did two of many of our guests, Roberta and Davide, a refined photographer who with his camera has been able to interpret the true atmosphere of this land always in conflict with the sea. Some pictures that he kindly let us can be found on these pages, you can see the others leafing through the site that shows the remarkable artistic production of a friend who left us, but of whom we have his passionate glances at the life that still goes on.

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