Studio in Casa Cogollo, called "House of Palladio" in the historic center of Vicenza:

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom

Description

The main floor welcomes you for a dive in the history of Vicenza; The building stands on the remains of Roman walls, was renovated in 1560 by the notary Cogollo designed by Palladio, and then in 1760 by Faccioli in the twenties by Venzo. Its windows overlook the apse of the church of Santa Corona conceived by Lorenzo da Bologna in 1450 and the Valmarana Chapel of Andrea Palladio 1566 more than 500 years. Four very different styles that complement each other, in which remain kidnapped in absolute intimacy
And if the church organ playing time loses dimension
The study was recently equipped to accommodate travelers with four beds in separate premises, it has been restored to the kitchen and added a shower adjacent to the bathroom a makeover

The main building overlooking the decumannus, now Corso Palladio, and is surrounded by the main monuments of the historic center: the Teatro Olimpico; Palazzo Chiericati, the seat of the gallery; the complex of Santa Corona, home of the Museum of Archaeology-Nature, etc

Ample parking spots are within walking distance: Piazza Matteotti and Santa Corona; the station is a kilometer, you can walk there in 10 minutes, crossing the Old Town, or taxi that regularly park in front

The city of Vicenza is located in the center of Veneto and it's easy and fast to reach, by train, the other cities of the region: Venice, Verona, Padua and Treviso; in less than two hours drive you can reach the Dolomites, the Adriatic Riviera, Lake Garda

Guests will be received by a member of the firm and will have all the information for proper use of the premises and for a pleasant stay full of opportunities, in particular can offer: book a free guided tour in Palazzo Thiene, the first major work of Palladio and other pleasant surprises

Amenities

  • Internet
  • A/C

Map

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