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11 May 2012
Villa Pedrina: il tuo SI più bello, nel luogo più bello.
Some weeks ago I visited Villa Traverso Pedrina, between the Berici and Euganei Hills: this jewel was created in the 15° century and wasn’t taken aback by the passing of time. In fact, the charm of the aristocracy who lived in there and of the surrounding nature is still intact.
The landlady, Mrs Edda Carmen Pedrina, was so kind to go along with me during my visit. She explained that the Villa is the perfect place to spend a relaxing holiday: there’s good food, excellent wine choice and, of course, the swimming pool…
It’s also the perfect place to celebrate weddings, birthday parties or business events. Its great seventeenth-century colonnade, formed by an extraordinary cloister and a perfectly renovated stable with kitchen, can accommodate up to 450 people.
Padua, Vicenza, Verona, Venice, Mantua are all very close: in just a short time you can reach some of the very masterpieces of history of art and architecture by Giotto, Giusto de Menabuoi, Altichiero and Mantegna; you can see sculptors by Donatello, Sansovino, Liberale da Verona, Lombardo and the Bonazzas, or some of the worldwide famous villas by Andrea Palladio.
Villa Traverso Pedrina also appears in the Italian portal www.residenzedepoca.it and in the French www.ciaorental.com, so that both Italian and foreign tourists can stay at the Villa or organise their weddings and events.

Wouldn’t you like to be there already? www.villa-traversopedrina.com
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