Welcome to our selection of holiday homes to rent in Rovigo, Italy.
For a relaxed and fun filled holiday, head to the town of Rovigo at the south west of Italy that is between the rivers Adige and Po. You can unwind while you take in the sights and history in this quaint town.
The Palazzo Roverella was built to celebrate the prestige of the Roverella family in the 15th century. The building is very imposing to look at and is a good example of the renaissance style of architecture that was prevalent in this area. The rooms are all embellished with frescoes and decorations that were renovated in 2006. It is now used as a gallery for displaying painting exhibitions. Another one worth visiting is the castle of Rovigo, which belonged to the bishops from the year 955. While there, you will be quite surprised when you learn why it is also known as the Church of the Ditches!
The La Rotonda is the best-known monument of Rovigo and the most famous Baroque Church. The inside is filled with paintings, friezes and statues. The paintings are mainly by local artists from the 17th and 18th centuries. There is also a wonderful bell tower that you must not miss while here.
The most famous monuments here are two medieval towers that were once a part of a castle dating back to the 10th century. These are located in the main street of the town.
For the artistically inclined a visit to the Concordi Gallery is a must. It has a great collection of art works, besides some important works by the likes of Jan Gossaert and Giovanni Bellini, besides Palma the Elder. You can see the paintings of Madonna with Child, Christ with a Cross, as well as several other beautiful portraits.
Your trip will not be complete unless you try the local cuisine. Whenever you are hungry, try the local dishes and the regional cuisine to make this a memorable trip! Lunch generally consists of light pastas with lots of fresh salads.
How can a holiday be complete without some bit of shopping? You can look out for local textiles, clothes and wine, besides cheese. The weekly markets are very lively, colourful and fun. There is also an old quarter in the town that is well worth a visit.
A visit here is a very relaxed affair where you can take it easy and relax and have some wonderful memories.
Looking for self catering holiday accommodation in Rovigo? Then below is a selection of Apartments in Rovigo and villas in Rovigo that can be rented direct from their owners. You can either click on each listing for further details or you can use our search engine on the left if you are looking for something in particular.