Hotel Marco Polo

Via Roma 20, Caldogno, Veneto, 36030, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Roma 20, Caldogno, is near Teatro Olimpico, Chiesa di S.Vincenzo, Araceli, and Arlecchino.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Caldogno

La famiglia a Verona

A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on Aug 10, 2014

4 comments, 35 photos

All in all this was one of the most challenging and important assignment for the fledgling, but pacesetting Ernesto Tours (ET).

It went a bit like this.

July 31st

John and Sue fly to Verona from Belfast and stay one night at 37 Stradone Porta Palio (the 'mini Jesus')

August 1st

Ernesto and Maureena (have I mentioned those names ...

An epic love story - Verona.

A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 10, 2014

Our first stop in Italy involved a love of pizza, a love of gelato and a love story about this broad named Juliet or something. For me, this place became even better second time around. The food was better and the gelato I had last night was made from like, real lemon and mint. It actually felt like I had been licking a lemon for 10 minutes it was so good. As Callum pointed out, the food here is packed with awesome flavours for your taste buds to ...

Travelling day

A travel blog entry by barbarapenson on May 14, 2014

8 photos

Moved camp from Assisi to padua, leaving at 8am arriving at 7.30pm! With poor roads and lots of hilly bits very tiring. Especially as I don't find these bus seats very comfy. Never mind, weather still perfect and lots of space on the bus with an amiable group tension low. We visited San Marino on the way. A wealthy mountain top village which is the worlds ...


A travel blog entry by kitchenshrink on Dec 01, 2007

2 comments, 15 photos

... of Vicenza from the Monte Berico overlook. Then it was off to the Da Remo for a real Italian lunch. Once again the setting was soooooooo Italian in a building that was once a part of another spectacular villa that now sits in ruins. We skipped the questionable meat assortment but filled up on seasonal pasta dishes and salad. And of course wine. But enough dialogue.  Go watch the pictures and aolare as you stroll the streets of Asolo with us! ...

Venice, drowning in the rain

A travel blog entry by joshing16 on Mar 20, 2007

5 photos

... Mark. Talk about history. Of course everything in the city is just saturated with history. Every building, every little canal, it was so perfectly preserved so that it looked as if you just stepped into the 16th century. Next was the Doge's Palace. Not a shabby place. The entire place was decorated in ornaments befitting a head of state of one of the more powerful states during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. It was interesting to learn that ...