Domus Rosarum Arquà Petrarca -Veneto-Italy

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  • Cottage
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cottage

Domus Rosarum Arquà Petrarca -Veneto-Italy

Welcome to Domus Rosarum , in the center of the Euganean hills where nature surrounds us warmly. Hospitality 365 days a year. A vacation in the midst of nature and the search for local products, there is nothing better to spend some time relaxing. Enjoy your stay in the Domus rosarum and you will find hospitality, comfort and lots of good advice on routes to and about everything there is to see.Domus Rosarum - The Domus rosarum is a house of 150 sqm; outside a large porch furnished with teak furniture to enjoy a rich breakfast outside! On the first floor there are 150 square meters, fully furnished with valuable antiques, for up to 4/5 people. ...Read more

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Domus Rosarum

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Domus Rosarum Arquà Petrarca -Veneto-Italy
Arqua Petrarca, Veneto - Venice, Italy

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You are in one of the most beautiful places of Italy, in the Euganean Hills, which are now protected as a national park, in a strategic position, not so far from Venice, Verona, Vicenza and a few kilometres from Padua, quite close to the gem of the Euganean Hills, Arquà Petrarca, and close to medieval walled towns such as Monselice, Este and Montagnana, and spa-towns like Abano Terme and Montegrotto Terme.
The area offers a great deal to see and visit: villas, castles, churches, museums and architectural attractions, splendid views and places with old tastes and traditions.

ARQUA’ PETRARCA, thanks to its favourable position is considered the gem of the Euganean Hill. It knows a fast growth under the Paduan noble family the Carraresi and the Venetian domination. Its name probably comes from Arquata montium, meaning “ring of mountains”. It’s the place where the famous poet Francesco Petrarca (Petrarch) spent the last summers of his life and died in 1374, whence the town’s name. The village centre which has maintained the old charm of the medieval hamlet, there you can admire ancient buildings and churches such as Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta and the Oratorio della Santissima Trinità both with interesting fresco fragments. Not to be missed the house of the poet and Petrarch’s sarcophagus.



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