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Montegrappa Dream tourist rental

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  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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At the foot of Montegrappa, in a quiet area, is our tourist resort Montegrappa Dream.Delicious mini apartment completely renovated, furnished in a modern style with personalized touches that make it essential but comfortable.It consists of a room, a small kitchen and a bathroom.Possibility to use laundry with personal washing machine. Free private parking and possibility of bike storage. In the garden possibility in summer of excellent barbecues

The space
the price is per person per night. There is a tourist tax of 1 euro per person per night up to a maximum taxable amount of 10 nights

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Mountain view
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
HDTV
Free washer – In building
Shared backyard – Fully fenced
Security cameras on property
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Where you’ll be

Crespano del Grappa, Veneto, Italy

At the foot of Mount Grappa, sacred mountain, known for the epic events of the First World War (1914-18), lies the placid and pleasant Crescent known as the Grappa because he lived in the forefront of the phases of the struggle, reinforced by the actions on the Massif of the last war (1940-44).
The many streets, the suggestive paths allow the holidaymaker to enjoy and admire the beauty of the place, both towards the plain and towards the mountain
Must-see destinations are the Sanctuary of the Covolo and the Ossario Monument on the summit of Grappa. The Madonna del Covolo (about 500 metres high) is a temple reminiscent of the Pantheon built to design by Antonio Canova, the most famous sculptor of Napoleon's time.
The summit of Mount Grappa (1779) recalls Italians and foreigners visiting the Bone Monument with the remains of Italian, Austrian, Hungarian, Slavic and other soldiers who witnessed a sacrifice.
From the top of Grappa the view spans the entire arch of the Padan-Venetian plain with the possibility of admiring Venice and also the Apennines.
In Crespano you can find all the necessary services for a pleasant and above all quiet stay, away from noise and pollution.
What to visit around Monte Grappa is a question that has a lot of answers. Monte del Grappa and its Pedemontana, the Marca Trevigiana and the surrounding areas are a territory rich in naturalistic, cultural, artistic, gastronomic and sporting offerings for tourists of all ages. Small perched villages, walled cities, rivers, hills and mountain peaks gathered between the magical Lagoon of Venice and the majestic peaks of the Dolomites.
CRESPANO DEL
GRAPPA Located on the slopes of Monte Grappa, Crespano del Grappa presents itself with a beautiful square that houses artisan shops and typical taverns. In addition to the characteristic old town, in Crespano del Grappa we can admire the Museum of the Great War, where there are countless relics related to the battles that took place on Monte Grappa.
BASSANO DEL
GRAPPA Cittadina at the foot of Grappa, crossed by the Brenta River, has made its famous covered bridge a symbol. Bassano boasts ancient origins as well as the traditions that characterize it: first the art of printing and engraving with the Remondini Family, then the traditions of ceramics and more recently of spirits (Grappa) without forgetting the most illustrious citizen: Jacopo da Ponte, whose works are currently housed in large museums around the world.

PEDEMONTANA DEL
GRAPPA The foothills of the Massif del Grappa include a series of small villages perched on the slopes of the mountain. Of great charm, with beautiful views and a mild climate, these small villages are able to offer a taste of history and nature without forgetting art. In particular, we recall Possagno, the birthplace of Antonio Canova, which houses the famous Gipsoteca and the majestic Temple.
POSSAGNO
Possagno is a small village lying on the green slopes of Monte Grappa. Possagno is however universally famous as it gave birth on November 1, 1757 to the famous Neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova. The artist leaves two precious testimonies of his presence in the town: the Temple and the Gipsoteca.
BORSO DEL
GRAPPA A small pedestrian village lying on the slopes of Mount Grappa, the municipality of Borso del Grappa is considered a very important tourist attraction for all lovers of free flight in Europe and around the world. The morphology of the ground with a steep slope, favors the formation of ascensional air currents called thermal. The formation of thermals is almost constant and allows long flying days throughout the year. Added to this is the ease of access to the involuntary sites and a unique and inimitable panorama.
ASOLO
City with a hundred horizons and one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, this small historic centre boasts a series of illustrious personalities linked to its history. Eleonora Duse, Robert Browning, Pietro Bembo, Freya Stark are just a few of the famous inhabitants of the village of Treviso. The history has no borders in Asolo where the Roman aqueduct, the medieval fortress, the castle of Queen Catherine Cornaro, the Renaissance palaces

CITADEL Citadel is the only one in Europe to have a medieval wall, elliptically shaped with a fully walkable Ronda Walk. The belt is distinguished by the elliptical circle of the walls that, with the four doors positioned on the cardinal points (each with the name of the city to which it was facing), the two crossed road axes and the 16 towers, made it a sort of “ideal city”, ready to repel any type of threat. Since June 2013 the Ronda Walk can be visited in its entirety. The Walk is a 15-metre-high walk over the walls of Citadel. The recent restoration has allowed it to be secured to allow visitors to admire the city from unprecedented and privileged points of view, a unique experience of “Walking through history”.
MAROSTICA
The famous chess square but also the medieval wall system that rises from the village to the castle above are the characteristic features of this beautiful town of Vicenza.
TREVISO
Capital of the homonymous Marche is often defined as the most elegant of Venetian cities due to its elegant touch, its squares, its system of canals and its splendid palaces.
VICENZA
Vicenza's historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to the works of the illustrious architect Andrea Palladio but also to the charm of its avenues and the artistic and historical treasures such as the Church of Santa Corona.
PADUA
Main Venetian city that is only one hour from Monte Grappa. Rich in artistic (one above all, the Scrovegni chapel frescoed by Giotto) and cultural (such as the Botanical Garden), Padua is pleasant to visit due to the combination of the majesty of squares (Prato della Valle) and churches (Basilica di Sant'Antonio) and small shops and clubs that still reveal its traditional trait.
VENICE
The city of love par excellence, as well as the capital of OUR Region, is easily reached by train from Bassano del Grappa in just over an hour.
TRENTO
The city is centrally located between Brenner and the Dolomites and between Lake Garda and Venice. From Christmas markets to the Economy Fair, Trento is an eclectic city, a fusion of Latin and Germanic culture.

DOLOMITES
The recently entered mountain park among the UNESCO world heritage sites, sees its Belluno offshoot rise immediately north of the Grappa Massif.
THE long beach of JESOLO
is bathed by a clean and safe sea, equipped with all kinds of comforts both for those who want to relax on the beach and for those who want to experience the sea in the name of sport.
What to visit around Monte Grappa is a question that has a lot of answers. Monte del Grappa and its Pedemontana, the Marca Trevigiana and the surrounding areas are a territory rich in naturalistic, cultural, artistic, gastronomic and sporting offerings for tourists of all ages. Small perched villages, walled cities, rivers, hills and mountain peaks gathered between the magical Lagoon of Venice and the majestic peaks of the Dolomites.
CRESPANO DEL
GRAPPA Located on the slopes of Monte Grappa, Crespano del Grappa presents itself with a beautiful square that houses artisan shops and typical taverns. In addition to the characteristic old town, in Crespano del Grappa we can admire the Museum of the Great War, where there are countless relics related to the battles that took place on Monte Grappa.

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