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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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L'appartamento si trova in centro nel comune di MIRA (VE)
Nice and quite apartment at first floor with independent entrance.
Located in the town of MIRA (VE) - via Capitello Albrizzi 10, very comfortable to reach both Venice and Padua with public transport.
Air conditioned in every room.
Living room with 3 seats sofa bed (sleep for 2) and cooking corner with everything you need for cooking.
Bedroom with one double bed and full size bunk bed for 2.
Wall wardrobe with very large mirror.
Bathroom with wonderful free use Jacuzzi to host 2 persons for nice and relaxing intimate evenings.
Large free parking.
Please note: Vecia Mira apartment has a low price policy, to meet the needs of all our customers we start with the lowest price possible to which you add the one time cost for extra services you need: kitchen use is 10€, sofa bed use for large families is 10€ and private dedicated wifi use is 5€ (up to 5 devices and up to 500 Mb total per day).
Apartment cleaning is 10€ up to 2 people an 20€ for 3 to 6 people or for couples with pets.
I hope you will appreciate this chance for extra saving that is offered to you.
12 km from Venezia - Mestre Train Station and 20 km. from Padua Train Station .
Easy bus to Venice and Padua every 15 minutes, bus stop ACTV line 53 (orange bus) is just 200 meters away.
From Venice - Tessera AIRPORT to Mira:
is cheap to go by bus, take ACTV line 5 (orange bus called also Aerobus - runs every 20') to Venezia Piazzale Roma;
then take line 53 (large orange bus - every 15/30') to Mira Albrizzi bus stop - just in front of "Pizzeria Re di Quadri" - ask the driver (6+3€ each way);
by taxi 65€ (!) or with previous arrangement with the owner 30€ up to 5 persons with small luggage.
From Venice Mestre TRAIN STATION or From Padua TRAIN STATION or from Venice Piazzale Roma:
simply take ACTV line 53 (large orange bus) to Mira Albrizzi bus stop - just in front of "Pizzeria Re di Quadri" - ask the driver (30 to 40 minutes - 3€ each way).
From TREVISO - S. Angelo AIRPORT to Mira:
is cheap to go by bus, take ATVO line (BLUE bus - runs about every 30') to Venezia Piazzale Roma;
then take line 53 (large orange bus - every 15') to Mira Albrizzi bus stop - just in front of "Pizzeria Re di Quadri" - ask the driver (10+3€ each way);
There are many good pizzerias and restaurants also at less than one minute walking distance, but we advise families to enjoy their stay taking advantage of the big saving cooking good spaghetti in the apartment's kitchen.
The owner is available to meet all your needs, just ask.
Appartamento luminoso al primo piano con ingresso indipendente. Si trova nel comune di MIRA in via Capitello Albrizzi 10, vicino a Venezia.
Aria condizionata in ogni stanza.
Soggiorno con divano letto e angolo cottura attrezzato, camera da letto con letto matrimoniale e un letto a castello. Armadio con ampia specchiera.
Bagno con idromassaggio Jacuzzi per 2 persone per serate intime.
Ampio parcheggio libero.
12 km. da Venezia, 20 Km. da Padova. Fermata autobus linea ACTV n. 53 a 200 metri.
In zona ci sono oltre una decina di rinomati ristoranti e pizzerie raggiungibili a piedi anche in meno di un minuto, ma per le famiglie raccomandiamo l'utilizzo della cucina: potete fare risparmi notevolissimi godendovi l'intimità della vostra famiglia.
Per mantenere i prezzi bassi alcuni servizi richiedono un supplemento una tantum da pagare al momento della prenotazione o durante il soggiorno:
utilizzo cucina 10€,
utilizzo divano letto per famiglie numerose 10€,
wifi dedicato 5€ (max 500 Mb al giorno),
Transfer da e per Treviso, Tessera, Mestre e Venezia a richiesta e secondo disponibilità 30€
Pulizie supplementari e cambio lenzuola 20€
Colazione leggera 2,5€ per persona
Pulizie appartamento fino a 2 persone 10€,
Pulizie appartamento 3/6 persone o con animale domestico 20€
Il proprietario è disponibile a venire incontro ad ogni vostra esigenza, basta chiedere.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Rosolina e Lido di Venezia 30 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: ACTV or ATVO bus to Venice then ACTV line 53 25 km, Nearest railway: Bus ACTV line 53 to MIRA via Albrizzi 10 bus stop 12 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Bunk Beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Veneto region
Veneto, as part of the Republic of Venice, was an independent state for more than a millennium. Venice ruled for centuries over one of the largest and richest maritime republics and trade empires in the world. After the Napoleonic Wars and the Congress of Vienna, the Republic was annexed by the Austrian Empire, until it was ceded to the Kingdom of Italy in 1866, as a result of the Third Italian War of Independence. The Statute of Veneto describes Venetians as a "people".
Please visit this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veneto
Art and architecture
One of Giotto's paintings in Padua.
The Middle Ages allowed the creation of monumental works such as the complex of churches on the island of Torcello, in the Venetian lagoon, with the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta based in 639, the bell tower erected in the 11th century and the adjacent Martyrium of Santa Fosca built around the 1100, important for their presence of mosaics.
The Middle Ages saw the construction of the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore in Verona, which was Veneto's main centre for that movement, we see the mixture of styles in that period made Verona an important crossroads for the north of Europe.
Examples of Gothic art, in addition to the Venetian church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and that of Santi Giovanni e Paolo, are the Scaliger Tombs in the historical center of Verona.
While in Veneto Byzantine was also important, an element of innovation was brought to Padua by Giotto, bearer of a new pictorial tradition: that of Tuscany. Towards the 1302 he was commissioned by Enrico Scrovegni to paint the family chapel, now known just by the name of Scrovegni Chapel, one of the most important artistic monuments of Padua and Veneto. The influences of the contribution of Giotto were felt immediately, and now you can admire the frescoes of Giusto de' Menabuoi in the Baptistry near the Cathedral of Padua and those of Altichiero in the Basilica of Saint Anthony.
Giorgione's The Tempest.
After a phase of development of Gothic art, with the creation of important works including the Ca' d'Oro and the Doge's Palace in Venice, and the churches of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and of Saints John and Paul in Venice, the influence of the Renaissance ushered in a new era. In addition to Donatello, an important Venetian Renaissance artist was Andrea Mantegna (1431–1506), whose most important work in Veneto is perhaps the San Zeno Altarpiece, found in Verona. With the mainland expansion of the Venetian Republic and the consolidation of its institutions, there was also an artistic development of exceptional stature: Mantegna, Vittore Carpaccio, Giovanni Bellini, Cima da Conegliano, Pordenone laid the foundations for what would be the age of Venetian painting.
Padua was a cradle of the Venetian Renaissance, Where influences from Tuscany and Umbria filtered north. Amongst the Renaissance artists who worked there were Donatello, who worked on an altar of the Basilica of Saint Anthony, and Pisanello, whose works are mainly in Verona, for example, the fresco of Saint George in the Church of St. Anastasia (his is the
The Prato della Valle in Padua, a work of Renaissance architecture.
In the successive phase, there were also a considerable amount of Venetian artists, including Giorgione, Titian, Sebastiano del Piombo and Lorenzo Lotto. If the first phase with Carpaccio and Bellini, the influences of international painting were still evident and the references to Flemish art were numerous. Giorgione and Titian developed an original and innovative style, which characterized the painters of the Venetian school rather than other traditions. Giorgione's enigmatic style infused his work with allegory, and he created his paintings without starting from a preparatory drawing but using the color spots to convey the feeling of the image. This innovation was looking for the imitation of natural phenomena by creating atmospheres with the colours and shifting the emphasis from the pursuit of artistic perfection. The storm(1506–1508), now in the Accademia in Venice, is an example of this use of colour, where the mixture color and texture continue indefinitely without preparatory drawing for the painting work gives a special atmosphere.
Titian, born in Belluno Pieve di Cadore, brought forward the use of this technique without pictorial design, creating masterpieces such as the Assumption (1516–1518), an altar made by imposing visible sizes on the main altar of the Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari in Venice, a work whose suggestion is due to the use of color in which the predominance was debated. At the end of his long life, he had acquired fame and commissions across the continent.
Tintoretto (1518–1594) recasts Roman Mannerism in a Venetian style, less linear, and with more use of color to distinguish forms, highlighting the bright prospects for its operations, giving unusual deformations of perspective, with the aim of increasing the sense of tension that permeates the work. His studio was prolific. Palaces and churches of Venice abound with his paintings. The Scuola Grande di San Rocco alone sports 66 paintings by this painter. The San Giorgio Maggiore houses a huge canvas by him depicting the Last Supper.
Paolo Veronese (1528–1588) was about as prolific as Tintoretto, with works that celebrated the Venetian state, as well as decorating houses of Venetian nobles. He decorated large portions of the Palazzo Ducale and the decoration of many villas Palladian, including Villa Barbaro.
Jacopo Bassano (1517–1592) and Lorenzo Lotto were active in the mainland, and reflected some of the influences of Milanese painters with the introduction of images taken from real life, enriched by a touch of drama and intense.
In architecture, Andrea Palladio (150-1580) born in Padua completed some highly influential works, including Villas in the mainland, in Vicenza, Padua and Treviso. In Venice, he designed the Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore, the Il Redentore, and Zitelle on the island of Giudecca. Palladian Villa architecture, in masterpieces such as Villa Emo, Villa Barbaro, Villa Capra, and Villa Foscari, evoked the imagined grandeur of antique classical Roman villas. This aesthetic, through his publications, proved very popular and underwent a revival in the neoclassical period. In his villas, the owner shall permit the control over production activities of the surrounding countryside by structuring the functional parts, such as porch, close to the central body. In the case of Villa Badoer, the open barn, formed by a large circular colonnade, enclosing the front yard in front of the villa allows you to create a space that recalls the ancient idea of the Forum Romanum, and bringing all campaign activities to gravitate in front of the villa itself.
Antonio Canova's Psyche Revived by Love's Kiss
The research style of Palladio has created an architectural movement called Palladianism, which has had strong following in the next three centuries, inspiring architects, some of them his direct students, including Vincenzo Scamozzi, after the death of the teacher who completed several works, including the first Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza.
The Church of Santa Maria della Salute in Venice.
The 18th century Venetian school can count on many artists: painters Giambattista Tiepolo, his son Giandomenico, Giambattista Piazzetta, Niccolò Bambini, Pietro Longhi, Marco and Sebastiano Ricci, Sebastiano Bombelli, Gianantonio Fumiani, Gaspare Diziani, the architect/painter Girolamo Mengozzi Colonna the painter Rosalba Carriera; the sculptures Morlaiter, Filippo Parodi, Bernard Torretti and his nephew Giuseppe Torretti, architects Girolamo Frigimelica, Giorgio Massari, Scalfarotto, Tommaso Temanza, the carver Andrea Brustolon, playwrights Carlo Goldoni and Gaspare Gozzi, the poets Alessandro Labia and George Whisker, composers Benedetto Marcello and Antonio Vivaldi. Later, at the end of the republic, it follows Antonio Canova.
With Tiepolo (1696–1770) the perspective plays a central role in representation, not to give emphasis to the main image, but only to make a dramatic impact on the figures. For Tiepolo, in fact, prospective is forced to beyond the usual limits, painting ceilings figures taken from the bottom in a movement that makes it relatively spectacular.
Another characteristic feature of Venetian art is landscape painting, which sees in Canaletto (1697–1768), and Francesco Guardi (1712–1793) the two leading figures. Canaletto used a rigorous prospective studies are trying to make almost "photographic" reality modeling the colors to emphasize the vitality of the image. Francesco Guardi, seeking a more subjective and less clear cut tried to communicate emotion.
Antonio Canova was born in Possagno and developed classical art with his works becoming the references for neoclassicism. The Temple of Possagno, which he designed himself, is the main landmark of neo-classical architecture. Among the most important works,Psyche Revived by Love's Kiss and the' 'funerary monument for Maria Cristina of Austria.
Failing to miss an artistic opportunity after the fall of the Venice, every city in Veneto created its own form of art. Important was, however, the role of Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice, who was able to attract many young artists from the surrounding territory.
Among the many artists which were important in modern ages were Guglielmo Ciardi, who incorporated the experience of macchiaioli movement, uniting the typical colour of the classic Venetian school, and yet bringing out from his paintings a chromatic essence, Giacomo Favretto, who too as Ciardi, enhanced the colour, which was sometimes very pronounced, painter Frederick Zandomeneghi, who deviates from the tradition of Venetian colouring to venture in a style similar to French impressionism, and finally Luigi Nono, whose works feel realistic, even if, in addition to painting genre scenes, includes portraits of finity for psychological enhancement.
In this area you can spend weeks visiting some of the most beautiful towns in the world, do not hesitate: ask the owner for any advice.
Venice: Venice and its lagoon are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
Padua: also known as the "City of the Saint"; the Orto botanico di Padova is on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites.
Verona: The city of Shakespeare's lovers: Romeo and Juliet. Verona has been named a UNESCO world heritage site.
Vicenza is on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites, together with a number of the Palladian Villas.
Belluno the capital of the Dolomites, the bell tower was designed by Filippo Juvarra.
Montagnana is a municipality in the province of Padova with perfectly conserved medieval walls.
Bassano del Grappa with its Ponte degli Alpini on the river Brenta, designed in 1569 by Andrea Palladio.
Marostica : The 'Chess Game' is the most important event of the town, taking place on the second weekend of September, involves over 550 participants and lasts two hours.
Asolo is known as 'The Pearl of province of Treviso', and also as 'The City of a Hundred Horizons'.
Este : The House of Este held the city until 1240, when they moved their capital to Ferrara.
Arquà Petrarca : this village on the Euganean hills features the tomb and house of Francesco Petrarca, one of the most important Italian poets of the 14th century.
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1 May 2014
"Convenient and nice"
The location is in a very good position to reach both Venice and Padua. Staff is always ready for everything you need. The jacuzzi is super.
Dear Sirs, it was a pleasure to have you in our apartment. I am glad you enjoyed your stay in Venice and that my advices were helpful for your visit in our wonderful surroundings. I am looking forward having you again with us. Thanks, Dino
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