BEST WESTERN Hotel Cristallo Rovigo

Viale Porta Adige 1, Rovigo, Veneto, I-45100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Viale Porta Adige 1, Rovigo.
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    Travel Blogs from Rovigo

    Euganian Hills

    A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Jun 16, 2014

    16 photos

    From Venice, we were due / planning to head straight to Verona, at the last minute we had a change of plan and headed somewhere a little further South but midway between the 2 at the bottom of the Euganian (Sp?) Hills - it is a very nice part of Italy and there are many Vin Yards in the Area, which we were camping on one of them Agricampeggio We spoke to several people on the site and many of them were using ...

    Daytrip to Real Italy

    A travel blog entry by okikuta on May 27, 2009

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... minutes train ride west of Venice. The highlight was visiting the Scrovegni Chapel which is like a mini-Sistine Chapel with colorful frescos covering the walls and ceilings. These frescos date back to 1305 by Giotto, considered the first artist to bring emotion and 3-D depth to medieval art, and help launch art towards the Renaissance. The frescos contain pretty much all the major scenes from the life of Jesus, and also a huge ...

    San Marco, Ponte Rialto, crowds and more

    A travel blog entry by robliz on Jun 03, 2007

    Sunday - morning we went further out the Accademia Area and Dorsoduro. Lots of little cafes and decorated glass type shops - a few 15th Century churches and that sort of thing. Good morning for it of course as the bells from these churches were chiming out happily for all of the crowds to enjoy. In the afternoon Liz and Jenny explored the Island of Murano where the history of the region is of glass blowing and making. ...

    Venice

    A travel blog entry by big_papi on Jan 16, 2007

    ... got bored of that, we ran into some crying English girl, who had a crazy story about how she came over to visit her sons father, who had never met his son - and he ditched out on them - pretty crazy stuff. at around 2ish, we went back to the hotel, and Jim - the guy from Belgium - started knocking on doors seeing if anyone was up to 'party' - a lot of people weren't too impressed, but eventually we met this lads from Dublin, and drank until ...

    Venezia

    A travel blog entry by aerocat on Oct 29, 2006

    ... surprises me... you'd think they'd be more anal about checking that stuff. Rialto is the oldest stone bridge in Venice, ...