The Al Tezzon Hotel was designed to be an oasis of serenity for both business clients as well as visitors travelling through in search of the beauty our regional landscapes have to offer. The hotel, which is the only 5 star accommodation in the Padova region, offers a variety of room types, all of which have been uniquely decorated in order to make our guests feel at home in the bright and spacious surroundings.
Found between the hotel’s walls, a small courtyard gives space to the green during the day and to precious enchantments at night. Between classic music and lounge, piano and arches, depending on the situation, the courtyard creates an atmosphere that plays with the unconscious creativity of its visitors. Never the same, always different as a small charming corner. This is the right place for aperitifs, romantic dinners, long talks after dinner, relaxing reading…
5 p.m. Tea / Delicate aperitifs / Lounge bar
Al Tezzon Hotel is the ideal place for pleasant holiday or for a relaxing stop for business travelers. It is proposed as a valid alternative for a stay away from city rhythms, a few kilometers from Padova, Castelfranco and Cittadella, in a strategic point for cultural attractions in the Veneto and the business of the area.
VENICE just 50 km away
Venice is the capital of the region Veneto. The city historically was an independent nation. The “City of Bridges” stretches along the mouths of the Po and Piave rivers. Also known as a magnetic point for lovers, artists, and poets, Venice It is unlike anywhere else on the planet, with a collage of 116 islands connected by 409 bridges.
Piazza e Basilica di San Marco, Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute, Ponte di Rialto, Ponte dei Sospiri, Arsenale, Ghetto, Teatro La Fenice
PADUA just 20 km
Padua is well-known for its prestigious and old university, Padua boasts a lot of testimonies of its glorious past. Padua is an interesting destination for tourists from all over the world. It is now an important economic center across Europe. Padua is universally known as St. Anthony’s City , the famous Franciscan Saint, born in Lisbon in 1195.He lived in Padua for some years and died there (June 13, 1231). The remains of the saint are preserved in the Basilica of St. Anthony, the destination of countless pilgrims from all over the world and one of the major monuments of the city. Other important attractions: the Scrovegni Chapel that houses a remarkable cycle of frescoes completed in 1305 by Giotto; the Prato della Valle, a 90,000 m² elliptical square which is believed to be the biggest in Europe, after Red Square in Moscow.
Città murata, Basilica del Carmine, Basilica di Sant’Antonio, Abbazia di Santa Giustina, Cappella degli Scrovegni, Chiesa degli Eremitani, Palazzo della Ragione, Palazzo del Bo, Prato della Valle, Orto Botanico
TREVISO only 40 km away
Treviso was a pre-Roman city rose on three hills placed near a bend of Sile, which penetrates the intricate medieval urban web with its canals. Enclosed by the sixteenth-century town walls, the picturesque porticoed houses (from 1400-1500) almost fully preserve the late Gothic and Renaissance outer frescoes (250 painted façades, unique in Italy). But Treviso is also the provincial capital of a wealthy province, which alone includes ten fascinating historic and art centers.
Piazza dei Signori, Palazzo dei Trecento, Casa dei Carraresi, Loggia dei Cavalieri
VICENZA only 50 km
Vicenza is well-known as the city of Palladio – Renaissance architect who influenced the history of architecture. Thanks to his works (the villas in the surrounding area and the renowned Olympic Theatre), the city has been enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Vicenza is one of the favourite destinations in Italy. It is a destination for cultural tourism with flows from all over Italy and abroad. Constitutes a unique artistic achievement for the many contributions of Andrea Palladio’s architecture, the city.
Basilica Palladiana, Teatro Olimpico, Palazzo Chiericati, Palazzo Leone Montanari, Palazzo Valmarana, Palazzo Porto, La Rotonda, Villa Trissino
CASTELFRANCO only 14 km
Castelfranco Veneto The town originates from a castle built here by the commune of Treviso in the course of its strife against Padua. The older part of the town is square, surrounded by medieval walls and towers constructed by the people of Treviso in 1211 . The massive Castle is noteworthy. Castelfranco Veneto was the birthplace of the painter Giorgione, and the Cathedral (1723) contains one of his finest works, the Madonna with St. Francis and Liberalis (1504), but more commonly called La Pala del Giorgione.
Cinta muraria, Duomo, Museo Casa Giorgione, Teatro Accademico, Parco Bolasco
THE MUNICIPALITY OF CAMPOSAMPIERO
If Camposampiero could be described in few words, they would be: “You pregnant town of a religious history that the rest of the world envies us.”
THE OASIS OF OSTIGLIA
The Treviso-Ostiglia is a cycle-pedestrian path that connects Treviso to Ostiglia largely reusing the area of the Treviso-Ostiglia Railway. The route that can be traveled on by bicycle is currently 56 km long, out of 118 in total extension of the historic railway track.
On 20 October 2012, the Badoere-Camposampiero-Arsego section was inaugurated while on 5 October 2013 the Arsego to Bevadoro section was inaugurated. Noteworthy are the passages inside the built-up area of Camposampiero, where the Treviso-Ostiglia meets with the Cammino di Sant’Antonio, and the suggestive passage to the old Trebaseleghe station. The path of Sant’Antonio is a short, pleasant and interesting route that leads to the church of Noce, with the convent of the Nuns adjacent, a stop not to be missed for those passing through Camposampiero.