Albergo Roma Castelfranco Veneto 4 star hotel

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Giorgione's Villas in Castelfranco's surroundings

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The Veneto region and the area of Castelfranco offer a unique historical and architectural heritage.
The jewels of this heritage of excellence are without a doubt the Villas of Giorgione, seven Palladian and post Palladian Villas, almost all inhabited and visitables.
For this reason, Castelfranco Veneto, is an ideal destination for a weekend of art, history and walks, as well as food and wine, with its excellent dishes such as the famous radicchio of Castelfranco.

 

Villa Corner della Regina: is in Cavasagra of Vedelago (11 km from Castelfranco) is a splendid Palladian typical Venetian villa.

 

Villa Ca 'Amata: it is located in Castelfranco Veneto and is surrounded by 64 acres of parkland which has today become the golf club of Castelfranco.

 

Villa Ca 'Marcello: still inhabited, is located in Levada (13 km from Castelfranco) and, with its 90,000 square meters of gardens, it is confirmed one of the most famous villas in the Veneto.

 

Villa Cornaro: in Piombino Dese (10 km from Castelfranco) is one of the jewels of Venetian architecture and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

 

Villa Barbaro: in Maser (18 km from Castelfranco) is the last work of the great architect Andrea Palladio.

 

Villa Emo: located in Fanzolo of Vedelago (7 km from Castelfranco) is one of the most valuable architectural achievements throughout the Veneto.

 

Villa Corner Chiminelli: located in Sant'Andrea oltre Muson, (2 km from Castelfranco) and now hosts a museum and a museum tanning agriculture.

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