Beyond the best known destinations, the province of Rovigo represents an incredible reservoir of natural and artistic beauty of inestimable value. Being at the center of a map of countless possibilities, the Palazzina is an interesting reference point for the rediscovery of the artistic heritage provincial, with its villas, its palaces, its churches and its abbeys . Every day it will be possible to choose a different itinerary discovering, visiting and appreciating the numerous places of art, nature and culture in a journey of many facets always punctuated by the slow rhythms typical of the Polesine land. The farm is located in a strategic point to also reach the most important art cities of Veneto (Rovigo, Padua, Venice, Verona) and in the extra-regional, the Ferrara estense.
Il Delta del Po In the Delta area, nature, history, tradition, culture and art intertwine, offering the visitor a new and surprising landscape.
Museo dei Grandi Fiumi Museum dedicated to the evolution of the social structure of civilizations and communities born on the banks of the rivers that characterize the territory of Polesine
Gorghi di Trecenta Natural cavities, which are fed by the springs of an old bed of Pò river, have created small lakes in an environment particularly rich in vegetation, aquatic plants and fauna.
Rovigo Rovigo lives in the heart of the Polesine and is caressed by the sea breeze coming from the nearby Po Delta. It represents for many an artistic, cultural and environmental discovery.
Museo della Civiltà Contadina A historical-documentary exhibition on the Polesine Carboneria and an exhibition on Giacomo Matteotti, which was born in Fratta Polesine
Ferrara Unmissable stop for everyone who loves art, culture, nature and good food. Find out what you should not forget when you visit this fascinating city.
Fratta Polesine Also known for the story of the Carbonari della Fratta, to be the birthplace, and where it is buried, Giacomo Matteotti and to boast the largest Bronze Age necropolis in Europe.