There’s more to the Veneto region than the superstar city of Venice. Most visitors focus on the floating city, but there's plenty beyond Venice’s watery confines. Prosecco, Italy’s iconic bubbly, is produced in the nearby Conegliano slopes. Wine tours through these DOC hills or the Amarone vineyards of Valpolicella near Lake Garda top the Veneto to-do list. For outdoor lovers, the UNESCO-listed Dolomite peaks soar to the north. Meanwhile, art and culture enthusiasts explore medieval masterpieces and ancient ruins in Padua, Vicenza, and Verona to the south.