VenetoDiscover the region
The most visited Italian region
Of companies operates abroad
Companies that operate also outside from Italian boarders
Average Standard Output for hectare
The second Italian highest Standard Output after Lombardy
Yearly average expense of tourists in Veneto
Tourism employees growth
Tourism employees growth in the last 10 years
Quality food products
Number of food products recognized as high quality
Of renewable energy
Energy consumption covered by renewables in Veneto
Of companies are industrial
One of the highest Italian percentages
History of Serenissima
One of the longest uninterrupted forms of government
A sight for the eyes and heart
The most visited region of Italy is not only appreciated for its beautiful Venice, but also for its magnificent tourist places. It takes the name from the "popolo dei Veneti", an Indo-European population who settled in the area after the middle of the second millennium BC.
San Marco Square, the Rialto bridge, the Canal Grande, the Peggy Guggheneim collection and the Biennale, the Palazzo Ducale, the Fenice theatre, the lagoon: all in one place, Venice, the maritime pearl of Italy.
Famous for typical products such as Vetro di Murano, the economy of Venice is driven by artisan workshops and animal breeding, but it is also home to important multinationals such as Diesel, Replay and Benetton, De Longhi and Geox.
In addition to tourism, which remains the vital sector, the textile industry, strongly rooted in the region, and agriculture are relevant. Corn, wheat, potatoes and rice as well as different types of fruit and especially different types of vineyards from which wine and the famous prosecco are made.
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