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Where to stay in the Veneto?

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My husband & I are in the very preliminary stage of planning a trip in September 2016. One idea we are considering is to start in Venice (4 nights) and then explore more of the Veneto (min. 4 nights) by car. This will be our 3rd trip to Venice but our first time into the Veneto.

Our hope is to stay in a town or a village that will be convenient as a base for our explorations. Ideally, it would be big enough to have some choices for accommodations & restaurants. We do prefer to stay in town so we can walk to dinner & enjoy a glass of wine, or two!

Padua, Vincenza & Treviso come to mind but are there other, maybe smaller towns we should consider?

Also, we are thinking of following this up with a few days in a town on Lake Garda or in Verona. We would return our rental car in Verona and continue on by train. (The plan gets really vague here!)Eventually, we would end in Milan.

Any suggestions or insights would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much!

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