From 1st October 2014 to 30th March 2015 included in the price a pizza for two people at ''Osteria Berati'' at only 500 metres from the apartment I Limoni.
Amazing private apartment for 5 people very close to Venice city centre at a discounted price that includes all the costs for water, energy, gas, final cleaning.
Residenza I Limoni is a charming apartment furnished with taste and refinement by the owner, Mrs. Maida, a well-known Venetian interior designer. The dwelling is completely surrounded by the green since it is located in the middle of a huge park of 1000mq; the stay in this property will make you feel as in a small natural oasis where lemon trees and other fruit trees grow. Recognize Residenza I Limoni is really easy thanks to a flag placed at the park near the entrance gate of the apartment.
It is entirely on the ground floor and it has a spacious and luminous living area with full equipped kitchen, a comfortable double sofa bed and a retractable bed. The master bedroom has a large wardrobe and the bathroom has a spacious shower enclosure. You'll find 2 car parks, bicycles, private garden with table, chairs, umbrella and barbecue. The house is located just 300 meters from the main road 'Romea' that leads to Venice, where there are pizzerias, restaurants, supermarkets and bus stop. The train stop is 1 km away. Moreover you'll find the sporting centre with horses and pools 2 Km far.
You have the possibility to have a personal guide during a whole day in Venice or in any of the other cities of Veneto.
Venice: Venice is world-famous for its canals, its buildings and its romantic atmosphere. It is built on an archipelago of 118 islands formed by about 150 canals in a shallow lagoon. The islands on which the city is built are connected by about 400 bridges. In the old centre, the canals serve the function of roads, and every form of transport is on water or on foot. The villas of the Veneto, rural residences for nobles during the Republic, are one of the most interesting aspects of Venetian countryside. They are surrounded by elegant gardens, suitable for fashionable parties of high society. Most of these villas were designed by Palladio, and are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. According to the architects, water around the villas was a very important architectural element because it added more brilliance to the façade.
Padua: The Scrovegni Chapel (Italian: Cappella degli Scrovegni) is Padua's most famous sight. It houses a remarkable cycle of frescoes completed in 1305 by Giotto. The Palazzo della Ragione, with its great hall on the upper floor, is reputed to have the largest roof unsupported by columns in Europe; the hall is nearly rectangular, its length 81.5 m., its breadth 27 m., and its height 24 m.; the walls are covered with allegorical frescoes; the building stands upon arches, and the upper storey is surrounded by an open loggia, not unlike that which surrounds the basilica of Vicenza. The Palazzo was begun in 1172 and finished in 1219. The most famous of the Paduan churches is the Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova, locally simply known as 'Il Santo'. The bones of the saint rest in a chapel richly ornamented with carved marbles, the work of various artists, among them of Sansovino and Falconetto. The basilica was begun about the year 1230 and completed in the following century.
Vicenza-Verona-Medieval town-Treviso-surroundings: Vicenza with the Palladio's treasures,Verona with its Areana, the famous Roman Anphiteatre, the castle and its churches.
You can visit also the medieval town like Castelfranco, Noale, Cittadella and Este, the Palladio's Villas situated around the River Brenta, the natural Oasis of Valli di Comacchio and the Delta of River Po'. Treviso stands at the confluence of Botteniga with the Sile ('dove Sile e Cagnan s'accompagna', Dante, Paradise), 30km north of Venice and 50km east of Vicenza, 40 km north-east of Padua, 120 km south of Cortina d'Ampezzo. The city is situated some 15 km south-west the right bank of the Piave River, on the plain between the Gulf of Venice and the Alps. The Late Romanesque-Early Gothic church of San Francesco, built by the Franciscan community in 1231-1270. Used by Napoleonic troops as a stable, it was reopened in 1928. The interior has a single nave with five chapels.