The new frontier of Italian development runs through here – the Northeast. This area is actively involved in services to business, starting with the sectors of advertising, exhibitions and conferences. The Northeast offers extremely modern conference services that can respond to any requirements, both from the point of view of size and from the aesthetic point of view, because of the high image-level of the facilities there.
Spread out between the Alps, Lake Garda and the extreme offshoots of the Adriatic Sea, Northeast Italy contains a wide range of landscapes: the rocky crags and snow of the mountains, the gentle slopes of the hills, the abundant waters of the large rivers and famous lakes. Venice is one of the (many) things it is worth coming to Italy to see: an idea, a gesture of the heart, a delight for the eyes; its houses built on the water, the bridges. the canals. Saint Mark’s, a never-ending story of meeting and journeys, Marco Polo, the Orient. You look to the east from here, just as you do from Trieste which was once proud of being the port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and which is today the loveliest Central European city in Italy, with its echoes of the great writers and intellectuals it has welcomed or given birth to, from Joyce to Svevo.
Behind these two cities on the sea. there is a very charming area dotted with famous, beautiful towns such as Verona and Vicenza, where the mastery of the great sixteenth century artist Andrea Palladio has left villas and palaces that are unique in the world. Further north, towards the ring of the Alps, lie Trentino and Alto Adige – a spectacle of nature with the Dolomites and the thousands of attractions in the ski resorts and the towns with their clear Tyrolean character, such as Bolzano and Merano, or in Renaissance and Romanesque style, such as Trento.