Hotel Capital Rovigo

Via Porta Adige 45, Rovigo, Veneto, 45100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Porta Adige 45, Rovigo.
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    Travel Blogs from Rovigo

    Euganian Hills

    A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Jun 16, 2014

    16 photos

    ... a base to visit places such as Padova, Venice and Verona, its easy to do this if you have a car....

    We Stayed for 3 nights, visiting the towns of Monselice and Este, whilst in Este there were a convoy of Ferraris rolling through which is always nice to see and hear, we were on our bikes at the time so didn't get many photo's, we wondered if they were returning from LeMans...


    Daytrip to Real Italy

    A travel blog entry by okikuta on May 27, 2009

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... hell scene. The frescos were recently restored a few years ago, and the colors and details are brilliant. Bright blues and earthy reds. Check it out on the internet if you get a chance. The other big attraction in Padova is the University, the second oldest university in Europe founded in 1222. (Bologna is oldest). Famous names from the University include Galileo and Copernicus. We toured a large room that Galileo essentially ...

    San Marco, Ponte Rialto, crowds and more

    A travel blog entry by robliz on Jun 03, 2007

    ... glass was beautiful with everything from the modern to their classical ornate coloured glass with gold etching, and don't forget those chanderliers! Franco Cozzo eat your heart out! It was Rob's turn to venture into the throng at the San Marco area. It was a lot more commercialised than when we were last here - a few years ago now. All of the big names have moved in like Hermes and Bulgari etc.. and the customers ...


    A travel blog entry by big_papi on Jan 16, 2007

    ... is like another world. Although it's extremely touristy, just their way of living - in such a modern country, is surreal. When i got there, it was late at night and i was walking down narrow alley ways with no light or signs of life really - kinda freaked out, but in reality it's such a safe city. I don't think there is a dodgy part anywhere on the islands. They thing that I guess made me a little on edge was the fact that it was dead silence in ...


    A travel blog entry by aerocat on Oct 29, 2006

    ... lots of shops on it. ------------------------------ The biggest attraction in Venice is St. Mark's Square and Cathedral. ...