The dwellings are completely dipped in the green of the Coast, place fully of wonderful Venetians villas, often one to flank of the other, many of them constructed with the taste of the architect Palladio and able to be permanently visited for some periods of the year. Visits advised to Villa Pisani in Stra, villa Foscarini Rossi in Stra, villa Widman Foscari in Mira, Villa Malcontenta (dissatisfied) in Mira. Most comfortable are Venice, to catch up by car and bus (the stopped one are just 100 meters from the dwelling) or by train (the railway station is 3km far and it has a wide parking). no-renounce-able is navigation of the Brenta with the boats, and they propose several kinds of trips to times enriched from lunches to edge with typically local plates. The marvellous Venice is 20 km away, Padova is 20 km away and opens to the visitor all the wealth of the own millenarian history and the culture of which it is richest. Treviso is 30 km away with its marvellous villas. Public pool near
Other Activities: Cinemas, Theatres, Pub, Discos, Museums, WWF oasis, Venice, Fish Restaurants, Padua
Golf: The famous Venice Golf Club is about 20 km far and if you want , you can get it by boat.
Also there is the Golf Club of Montecchia, created by Tom Macauley (President of the British Association of Golf Corse Architects), is located in the shadow of the magnificent castle of Count Emo Capodilista and is one of the finest golf destinations in Italy.
Venice: Venice is world-famous for its canals, its buildings and its romantic atmosphere. It is built on an archipelago of 118 islands formed by about 150 canals in a shallow lagoon. The islands on which the city is built are connected by about 400 bridges. In the old centre, the canals serve the function of roads, and every form of transport is on water or on foot. The villas of the Veneto, rural residences for nobles during the Republic, are one of the most interesting aspects of Venetian countryside. They are surrounded by elegant gardens, suitable for fashionable parties of high society. Most of these villas were designed by Palladio, and are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. According to the architects, water around the villas was a very important architectural element because it added more brilliance to the façade.
Padua: The Scrovegni Chapel (Italian: Cappella degli Scrovegni) is Padua's most famous sight. It houses a remarkable cycle of frescoes completed in 1305 by Giotto. The Palazzo della Ragione, with its great hall on the upper floor, is reputed to have the largest roof unsupported by columns in Europe; the hall is nearly rectangular, its length 81.5 m, its breadth 27 m, and its height 24 m; the walls are covered with allegorical frescoes; the building stands upon arches, and the upper storey is surrounded by an open loggia, not unlike that which surrounds the basilica of Vicenza. The Palazzo was begun in 1172 and finished in 1219. The most famous of the Paduan churches is the Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova, locally simply known as 'Il Santo'. The bones of the saint rest in a chapel richly ornamented with carved marbles, the work of various artists, among them of Sansovino and Falconetto. The basilica was begun about the year 1230 and completed in the following century
Treviso: Treviso stands at the confluence of Botteniga with the Sile ('dove Sile e Cagnan s'accompagna', Dante, Paradise), 30km north of Venice and 50km east of Vicenza, 40 km north-east of Padua, 120 km south of Cortina d'Ampezzo. The city is situated some 15 km south-west the right bank of the Piave River, on the plain between the Gulf of Venice and the Alps. The Late Romanesque-Early Gothic church of San Francesco, built by the Franciscan community in 1231-1270. Used by Napoleonic troops as a stable, it was reopened in 1928. The interior has a single nave with five chapels. On the left wall is a Romanesque-Byzantine fresco portraying St. Christopher (later 13th century). The Loggia dei Cavalieri, an example of Treviso's Romanesque influenced by Byzantine forms. It was built under the podestà Andrea da Perugia (1276) as a place for meetings, talks and games, although reserved only to the higher classes.
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