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About Roberto Cavalieri
Hello, my name is Roberto, thanks to the work I have been doing for several years with my family, I had the great opportunity to work always in contact with the public, over the years and thanks to the more and more contact with tourism, the desire to open a business was born finally, in 2005, thanks to the advice of a friend I found a tourist company, the Agenzia Danilo at the Lido di Pomposa. So here I am, serving my old and new customers, trying to make them stay in the best possible way
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Comacchio is one of the major centers of the Po Delta, ancient lagoon city, is located on 13 sandy bumps in the valleys, so called "Little Venice." For centuries, the main activity was fishing in the rich waters and salt production.
Comacchio originated about two thousand years ago and the foundation is attributed to the Etruscans, who were already allocated in the Po Delta, near you it was the Etruscan city of Spina. Earliest records date back to the VII-VIII century. c. from which there is evidence of a fortified settlement (castrum) erected along the river to protect from the area of Lombard influence. The "Chapter of Liutprando" attests to the existence of an eighth century comacchiese community with sufficient autonomy to enter into its trade agreements name and daziari with the Lombard kingdom, for the passage of the Po on their boats loaded with salt and "garum "(ancient tradition fish sauce).
Place to visit:
Cathedral of Comacchio, named after San Cassiano, dating from the eighth century. C., consisted originally of three naves, whereas today it has a nave with twelve side chapels. At his side stands the bell tower.
Monastery of Santa Maria in Padovetere (in Valle Pega)
Monastery of Santa Maria in Aula Regia (tenth century)
Church of the Fallen or the Suffrage (1644)
Trepponti architectural complex (Pallotta Bridge). Created in 1634 by the architect Luke Danes, it consists of five wide staircases (three front and two rear), each topped with a stone floor of Istria; It is the symbol of Comacchio.
Bridge of the cops, seventeenth century
Palazzo Bellini, nineteenth century, houses the Gallery of Contemporary Art, the Historical Archive, the library and the offices of the Councillor to cultural institutions.
Museum of the Roman Ship, home to the wreck of a merchant ship of the imperial era, resurfaced in 1981 during drainage of a channel works. The ship, in excellent condition, still contained all the cargo (amphorae with foodstuffs, lead ingots, some small temples votive lead). The entire load as well as the equipment and the crew clothing are on display in the museum, along with a reconstruction of the ship.
Clock Tower (XIV century)
Loggia dei Mercanti, or Wheat;
Loggia dei Cappuccini, consisting of 142 arches supported by as many marble columns and over 400 meters long.
Manufacture of Marinati
THE VALLEYS OF COMACCHIO (about 8 km)
The city of Comacchio and its valleys are the "heart" of the Delta, are in fact the green lung of the whole Adriatic coast from Chioggia to Cattolica. The Comacchio Valleys are the real museum and represent one of the most important existing lagoon complexes in Italy and in Europe. They extend in the provinces of Ferrara and Ravenna in part, for more than 11 000 hectares between Comacchio and the Rhine river, and are connected to the sea through the Magnavacca channels, Logonovo, Bellocchio and Gobbino. Formed by brackish water from very strong salinity are an important habitat of wetland to brackish water area, consisting of extreme halophilic vegetation and declared of international interest, according to the Ramsar Convention of 1971.
FERRARA (about 65 km)
The city symbol of the Italian Renaissance, Ferrara is a center with a glorious cultural and artistic past. Even today the charm of its ancient walls, the city's most elegant and stately residences is an attraction for visitors from around the world. Some of the most important fifteenth century buildings have been reassigned over time with new features and become, for example, home to the prestigious University of Ferrara or exhibition spaces for contemporary art. Those who spend a holiday in Ferrara will have the opportunity to cross a historical center remained virtually unchanged compared to the Renaissance project that earned her the title of the most modern cities in Europe. In the city there are many opportunities to live a comfortable stay in hotels and guesthouses equipped with modern facilities or in the beautiful hotel in the center of Ferrara, set up in historic houses, renovated to offer guests the most sought-after amenities.
Between visits to stately homes and precious monuments of the city, you can not miss a walk through the most vital streets of the center, the first of Corso della Giovecca, performing then a small detour to the romantic streets of the South East, where the 'ancient medieval structure is unchanged.