We are one of the 25 best hotels for families in Italy on Tripadvisor!

Thank you, thank you, thank uou and thank you again! Our Holiday Centre is between the best family hotels in Tripadvisor’s Travellers’Choice 2020 and it’s also beacause of you that we received this award! Pra’ […]

A outstanding summer holiday, with only a few more precautions

Covid-19 regulation   Rules valid for the regions when in yellow or white zone – Decreto Legge Covid-19 del 22 luglio 2021 Last updated: 06.08.2021 – Veneto region in white zone GREEN PASS EU digital […]

Mission Together – Save the deposit

Let’s stay together, do not give up your holiday, just move it… even for the 2021! OPENING: from 24.06.2020 to 28.09.2020 You can make your choice up to 15 days before your expected check-in date: […]

Pra’ delle Torri: New opening date – 24.06.2020

This year too, we at the Pra’ delle Torri, look forward to offering you carefree moments of pure fun, sharing with you the most wonderful months filled with joy, relaxation and happiness. We hope that […]

belluno

Belluno

Belluno: The first peoples to occupy the Belluno area before 3000 B.C. were the pre-Indo-Europeans, who left signs of their passing in the names of many towns and the Belluno commune names. In the following […]

Bassano del Grappa

Bassano del Grappa

Bassano del Grappa: in 200 B.C. the Romans conquered this land and converted it to agriculture. There is little information about the Lombard period (VI-VIII century) and Franco (VIII-IX century). Some documents show there was […]

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Rovigo

Rovigo stands on a fertile plain producing top quality corn and fruit and vegetables. Notwithstanding the very few historic finds so far, the presence has been ascertained in the area by the ancient Venetos first […]

treviso

Treviso

Treviso: the first nucleus was a pre-Roman village on the bight of the River Sile, an area rich in water resources. The vicinity of the important roads, like Via Postumia, and water courses meant that […]

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Padua

Padua has been called the “Capital of 14th century painting” as the pictorial evidence from that century make the city of fundamental importance for artistic development in the west. Since 1222 the city has housed […]

visit venice in one day

Venice and the islands nearby

The Venetian Lagoon began forming in 800 B.C. on a swamp where it is presumed there were human settlements way back in prehistoric times. In the paleoveneto era the area was inhabited by peoples who […]