Staying in the Best Western Hotel Cristallo, 3 stars, you could easliy discover the quit and habitable city of Rovigo and its district: the Polesine.
ROVIGO WHAT NOT TO LOSE
Two of the most famous monuments in Rovigo, symbol of the city, are the pendent towers, Torre Donà (one of the highest in Italy) and Torre Mozza; the Column with the Venetian Lion, famous as well, is instead a remind of the venetian domination. People who visit Rovigo and love arts, furthermore, can’t lose the Palazzo dell’Accademia dei Concordi (1 Km) and the Palazzo Roverella, that included two libraries and a picture gallery; in this one you can admire masterpieces of Piazzetta, Giambellino, Tiepolo for example and many more of national interest all year long.
At only twenty minutes from the Best Western Hotel Cristallo in Rovigo you can find Adria, old city that named the Adriatic Sea, and receives the National Archeological Museum and the Po Delta.
People who love nature can visit the beautiful Po Delta (40 km), one of the last environment remained till uncontaminated, declared UNESCO’s estate. In the Po Delta it’s possible to organize naturalistic visits , journey on boat, by bike an on horse.
At 20 km there are the Colli Euganei and the walled city of Arquà Petrarca, Este, Montagnana and Monselice, to enjoy naturalistic visits and taste excellent food and wine.
In few minutes from the Best Western Hotel Cristallo in Rovigo you’ll find furthermore:
• The Rotonda Church (1km)
• Wide Rivers Museums/ Olivetany’s Monastery
• Palladio’s Villa Badoer (Fratta Polesine, 15 km)
• The art cities at less than an hour: Venice, Verona, Vicenza, Padua, Bologna and Ferrara