Belluno, in Veneto, is a place that some 35,000 people call home.
From here it's roughly 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the south to Mestre and 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the south to Venice.
Learn more about the past at Palazzo dei Rettori and Fontana di San Gioata, two of the more important historic places in Belluno. After you’ve visited these, it is also valuable to visit the other preserved old buildings in Belluno.
An iconic religious building, one of the most popular of the many historic sites in this city, is the Cathedral of Belluno. Enjoy the atmosphere of this interesting building, learn its story and realize why it is so popular with tourists and Belluno locals alike.
In addition to city parks, the local area also has some ecological havens with beautiful landscapes and local plant and animal species. Go for a long walk in Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park and enjoy your escape from the paved streets.
Public squares are the ideal locations to feel the heartbeat of a city; Piazza del Duomo in Belluno is one of those special places. It's one of those special places that visitors often return to time and time again.
After you’ve explored the major points on the tourst trail in Belluno, wrap up your stay in this fascinating city with a visit to the Church of San Rocco.