The Piave River is considered the fifth most important in Italy and stretches for 13 miles from the peaks of the Alps in the north, right down to Venice where it flows into the Adriatic Sea. This stretch of water covers several diverse landscapes throughout the Veneto region. Further north the river is surrounded my snow-topped mountain peaks and thick evergreen forests. Travelling south, you will reach the river's viaduct at Caralte where you will be met with the striking contrast between the mountainous surroundings and this impressive 184m high manmade structure. Continuing further south the river's banks become greener, or else are lined with small pebble stone beaches. Finally at the mouth of the sea, there are stunning coastal views and of course the beautifully unique city of Venice itself.