Albergo Roma komplett renoviert und erweitert wird im Zentrum von Castelfranco Veneto gegenüber dem neunzehnten Jahrhundert Stadtmauer, auf der Westseite der Piazza Giorgione.
Wie man dahin kommt
Für die zentrale Lage es Castelfranco Veneto, nicht weit von den Städten Venedig, Treviso, Padua, Vicenza, von den Dolomiten und dem Meer, von der venezianischen Villen (Palladio) umgeben, in der Nähe von Asolo und Possagno besetzt mit ihrer künstlerischen Schönheit, ist der Punkt, der Parkplatz ideal für Ihr Wochenende, und das Hotel bietet seine Dienstleistungen auf besondere Bedingungen.
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