The location of B&B Elizabeth is ideal both for visiting the beauty of the
Veneto region and its several cities of art, and for enjoying a relaxing day
in one of the well-renowned beach resorts or shopping centres.
Oderzo is located at about 6 km from B&B Elizabeth. Famous all over northern Italy for its archeological ruins dating back to Roman times, Oderzo boasts evocative itineraries through medieval and Renaissance art and architecture, Roman archeology and the ruins of the paleo-Venetian settlements.
Oderzo is particularly renowned for two events taking place every year: the historical reenactment (at the beginning of June) and the Opera in Piazza. Oderzo is also the starting point of the Strada dei Vini del Piave, a wine tasting itinerary of national relevance.
You can find more information about tourist attractions in Oderzo and a map of the town by clicking here.
Nested amid the green hills that have made Prosecco worldwide famous, Medieval walled-up city of Conegliano is located at about 30 km from B&B Elizabeth and is easy to reach by car or public transport. Strategic town since its origins thanks to its privileged position, Conegliano is the home town of Giambattista Cima, a local painter of the 15th century.
After an evocative walk through its Medieval centre, you can go up to Colle di Giano (Giano Hill), where you can visit the castle ruins and enjoy a breathtaking view onto the plains and the surrounding hills.
Please visit this page for further information and to download a map of the town.
NOVENTA DI PIAVE OUTLET CENTRE
The most exclusive brands at 35% to 70% less, all year round: ideal for shopping lovers and fashion addicted, McArthur Glen Designer Outlet in Noventa di Piave is located at about 10 minutes by car from the bed and breakfast. The shopping centre consists of 140 outlet shops in an evocative architectural setting which has drawn its inspiration from the palaces of the Most Serene Republic of Venice.
Customers have a big parking lot at their disposal, as well as a wide array of bars and restaurants to choose from to have an Italian-style aperitif or taste the local cuisine.
You can find a virtual map of the shopping centre here.
Sometimes referred to as a little Venice because of its close relationship with the Sile river, Treviso is one of the main art cities of the Veneto region. The beating heart of the city is Piazza dei Signori, with its imposing palaces dating back to the 13th century, which is also the starting point of the Calmaggiore, a road with magnificient porticos guiding the tourist to the city cathedral, where a masterpiece by Tiziano is hosted. One of the symbols of the city is the Fontana delle Tette (Fountain of Tits), where white and red wine used to pour out for city celebrations.
Treviso is also the home town of some world-renowned specialties: the delicious tiramisù, a real delicacy of the Italian cuisine, and the red chicory, which is wisely transformed into perfect dishes by the expertise of local chefs.
Built on an archipelago of 118 islands connected by more than 400 bridges, the city is set in absolutely unique scenario. As if it were a casket of art masterpieces, the incomparable St. Mark's Square is the magnificent background where St. Mark's Cathedral, a masterpiece of Romanesque and Byzantine architecture, and the imposing Doge's Palace, dwelling of the Most Serene Republic of Venice ruler, are set.
Venice is easy to reach by train from "San Donà di Piave-Jesolo" railway station. For further information about the timetable and journey time, please visit Trenitalia website.
Enjoy a relaxing day by the seaside in one of the main resorts on the Adriatic coast: from Carole and its evocative alleys, to Jesolo, with its lively nightlife; from Eraclea, the lush pinewood and the Laguna del Mort lagoon, to Cortellazzo, with campsites to suit everyone and Punta Sabbioni harbour.
All seaside resorts can be reached easily by bus from Treviso or San Donà di Piave in about 45-60 minutes.