Favaro Veneto is situated on the Italian mainland, to the north of the famous island city of Venice. Visitors thinking of spending their holidays in Favaro Veneto will discover that there is a good choice of affordable self catering rental accommodation available here, at a fraction of the cost of that to be found in Venice itself. Rental accommodation available here includes apartments, townhouses and villas, all within easy commuter distance of all the sights and attractions of Venice.
Most visitors looking to spend their holidays in Favaro Veneto use the town as a base for visiting the surrounding Veneto region and in particular the romantic city of Venice. No visit to Venice is complete without a Gondola trip, exploring the many canals, criss-crossed by numerous architecturally fascinating and varied bridges. It comes as no surprise that Venice is one of the most visited cities in the world, with nearly three million tourists exploring its maze of cobbled streets every year. These tourists are not only drawn by the city’s unique location, but also its numerous architecturally and culturally fascinating landmarks.
With its wealth of interesting iconic landmarks, such as St Mark’s Basilica, Piazza San Marco and the Grand Canal, Venice is perhaps the first destination for tourists spending their holidays in Favaro Veneto to head. The city’s Lido is less famous, although equally popular with well heeled visitors to Venice, such as actors and celebrities, making it a popular location for ‘celebrity spotters’. The ancient walled city of Treviso, to the north of Favaro Veneto may not be as world renowned as Venice, but still affords a wealth of architecturally interesting attractions for visitors spending their holidays in Favaro Veneto, including its magnificent Gothic style Church of San Francesco.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Favaro Veneto will discover that the Veneto region of Italy has a near Mediterranean climate. Summers are warm, with temperatures often reaching the early 30s degrees Celsius. Winters are cooler, when temperatures hit around 10 degrees Celsius, although they can dip below freezing at night. Favaro Veneto receives an average annual rainfall of 21 inches.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Favaro Veneto will start their journey by flying to Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE). There are a large number of airlines operating flights to this busy international airport from the UK, including British Airways, Bmibaby and Jet2.com. These flights depart from several UK airports, including London Gatwick (LGW), East Midlands (EMA), Leeds-Bradford (LBA) and Manchester (MAN).