The hills of Prosecco di Valdobbiadene, proclaim well Unesco.
This brings to 8 the number of Unesco heritage present in Veneto:
• Venice and its lagoon
• L & #8217; Botanical Garden of Padua
• The city of Vicenza and the Palladian villas of the Veneto
• The city of Verona
• The Dolomites
• Prehistoric pile dwellings around dell & #8217; Alps
• The Venetian defences between the XV and the XVII century
Such recognition is really good for the territory?
We join the sentiment espresso – in a clear and professional – by Silvia Garza, contact the Association of tourist guides Italy Veneto (GTI), "We are absolutely opposed. This is purely a business operation that at best has to do with trade, certainly not with sustainable development, of which should be taken into account in the development of a territory. A territory that now, Thanks to this consecration, is likely to be damaged ".
"In recent years, He destroyed the soil for planting "Prosecco", become a monoculture to the detriment of genuine local wines. Difficult to see how heritage can become a massacred. Insufficient to eliminate the skepticism the "vignette". Venice Unesco, and within a month, due to the presence of cruise ships touched well two tragedies, the second was today due to bad weather ".
To transform the same hills of Prosecco into a tourist attraction, "what are the tools to accompany this transformation from a logistical point of view and receptivity? It might have been better to proceed by degrees, with a promoting conscious. Finally a reference to health: for growing of Prosecco you use many pesticides whose dangers had been put down on paper by Legambiente, in a dossier, in 2017. They won the brand and tourism easy ".
Recognition of excellence or loss of cultural identity?