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Shopping

An intoxicating wealth of options

In Jesolo and the surrounding area you’ll find an incredible array of shops and premium outlets, which are sure to satisfy even the most passionate shopaholics.
 
 
Jesolo’s pedestrian area, the longest in Europe, is a veritable paradise for anyone who loves the relaxing pleasure of a shopping stroll. Top brands and creations from the greatest Made in Italy designers, concept stores, artisan workshops, trendy spaces and hundreds of display windows, which seduce visitors with charm and design are all concentrated here, in a charming ‘open air’ shopping center full of life and energy. This coastline boasts more than 1,200 businesses, including shops, restaurants, boutiques and bars to suit everyone's interests. In addition there are also the classic weekly markets, like the one on Fridays in Kennedy Square, in the center of Jesolo, or those that take place on other days in the surrounding areas. Even big names in clothing can be found at McArthurGlen Designer Outlet in Noventa di Piave, which has more than 90 shops and boutiques.

Under Treviso’s portici arcades, meanwhile, you can combine a shopping yen with a visit to an interesting city with a wealth of art. Those seeking objects from the ancient artisan tradition, on the other hand, will be impressed by the glasswork of Murano and the lacework of Burano, not to mention by the beautiful fabrics of the Tessoria Asolana in Asolo, a hand-weaving workshop that has produced unique and valuable textiles since the 1800s. Bassano, finally, offers hand-painted ceramics, well-known grappa, which may be tasted at the historical Nardini distillery, and the first Italian museum of grappa.
 
 
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