Eating and Sleeping Along the Strada del Prosecco

Hotel Villa Abbazia in Follina

Although you could complete the 31-mile Strada del Prosecco in Italy’s Veneto region in less than a day, it’s more pleasant to take your time and draw out the experience.  You can’t eat your way through Veneto’s pleasures – gustatory and otherwise – in 24 hours, and who would want to? Traveling the Strada del Prosecco There are opportunities to hike, bike, horseback ride, golf, cave explore, ... Read Full Article

Sightseeing in the Veneto Along the Strada del Prosecco

Collina Cartizze - Santo Stefano

You don’t have to be an oenophile to appreciate sightseeing in the Veneto region of Italy along the Strada del Prosecco. Italophiles of every potable persuasion will delight in the 31-mile road as it winds its narrow way amid soft hills sprouting from rich dark soil, medieval towns and churches, local artists, ancient architects, 15 towns, 15 castles, 500 communities, a haunted tower, and – ... Read Full Article

Conegliano: the Beginning of La Strada del Prosecco

The still-imposing facade of the Castello di Conegliano

In Italy, all roads may lead to Rome, but all wine roads began in the small town of Conegliano, 40 miles north of Venice. This is the starting point of the country’s first wine road, originally called the Strada del Prosecco when it was created in 1966. At first it linked the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, but it expanded over decades, as more villages bought into its growing success. ... Read Full Article