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Fattoria Grimana (#2026)

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Agriturismo Fattoria Grimana .
Region:Veneto City:Vicenza
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Located in the greenery of the Venetian countryside, the "Fattoria Grimana" offers you a comfortable B&B with 8 Bio-apartments (2 for disabled guests available on the ground-floor), a Suite and 2 apartments with a fully equipped kitchen, suitable for family groups up to 4/5 people.

Its central and ideal position allows the guests to reach the most beautiful Unesco cities: Venice, Padua (Giotto's Town), Vicenza (Palladio's town), Treviso, Verona (Arena) and Lake Garda, as well as several walled towns: Castelfranco Veneto, Cittadella and Montagnana, Bassano del Grappa, Asolo, Este, Monselice either by car, by train or by bus. Boat-trips are available for daily cruises on the Brenta River (Burchiello) with a wide choice of unforgettable cultural eno-gastronomical itineraries. Our B&B is ideally situated for excursions and tours by bicycle (free of charge) along the several bicycle paths. We highly recommend you to visit the following: Palladio's Renaissance villas in the surroundings, Monti Berici and the city of Vicenza, abbeys and castles in the Regional Park of Euganei hills, the river Bacchiglione, the Bells Museum, Villa Fogazzaro and its Italian garden, villas with mazes as well as the many local museums.
A variety of city guides, tourist info, pamphlets and books on the local architecture, sculpture and tradition are available in our library and we will be glad to supply you with all information you may need or suggest you some itineraries. Whether you want to travel far or near, the area offers a wide variety of places of interests, such as: Murano and its unique tradition of glass-blowing objects, Burano with its Venetian laces, Treviso, Nove and Bassano with their ceramic pottery or forged iron, Nanto and its stone-dressing, Casale Scodosia, Cerea, Rosà, Legnago and their antique furniture, Villaga and its carnival masks, Vicenza and its jewellery Tradition. Recommended oeno-gastronomical itineraries: Wine road DOC Wines - Colli Berici and Tasting of the Italian "Grappa" at the old distillery in Montegalda (Brunello brothers), a small pretty village.
Red wine called "Grimanèr", a blend obtained from Carmenère, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes can be either purchased or tasted at Fattoria Grimana in the wine vault of the House. A large range of delicious homemade natural jams are also available for tasting and purchase.

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