Venice

Considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world for its architecture and canal-crossed location on the lagoon, Venice is the second most-visited Italian city after Rome, especially in terms of foreign tourists who are sure to include it in their itineraries.
Because of its immense artistic, historical and cultural wealth, Venice has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Venice also hosts a series of important international events throughout the year such as the Biennale and the Venice International Film Festival, which takes place at the Lido from the end of August into early September.

Venice is also famous for its annual Carnival celebrations in February or March: ten days of events, attractions and sumptuous feasts frequented by masses of people dressed in finest traditional Venetian masks and costumes.
From the Molino del Pero Golf Club, Venice is just an hour and forty-five-minute drive. Take the A1 highway from Sasso Marconi and then the A13 from Bologna to Venice.