Luxury villa Rigoni Savioli is located in italy
Italy is located in southern Europe, Italy is a peninsula extending into the Central Mediterranean Sea. It is shaped like a high-heeled boot kicking a "triangle"—the island of Sicily. Italy borders France to the west, Switzerland and Austria to the north, and Slovenia to the east. The country also shares a border with 2 tiny independent states, San Marino and the Vatican, both of which are entirely surrounded by Italian territory. Italy has an area of 301,230 square kilometers (116,304 square miles) and a coastline of 7,600 kilometers (4,722 miles), including the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Comparatively, Italy is slightly larger than the state of Arizona. Rome, the capital city, is on the country's western coast at the heart of the peninsula. Other major cities include Milan, Naples, Genoa, Florence, Venice, Palermo, Bologna, and Bari.
Italy has a coastline that is longer than Brazil's - 7600 kilometers! And all of this is with the Mediterranean Sea. The country has such an elongated shape that wherever you are on the peninsula, the sea is never far away - except for the very North of the country, which holds Italy's second major natural attraction: The Alps. Italy is Europe's country with the the biggest number of high mountain ranges. There is no denying it: Italy is one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
The physical attractiveness of the country comes with an immense cultural one, and this is related both to the past and the present. As everyone knows, Italy, through Rome, which now serves as the nation's capital, became one of the mothers of European - and therefor the world's - civilization. Without Rome there may never have been any of the European culture the way it is now. In antiquity, Rome was the in-official capital of the world and an architectural wonder.
Much of this splendour - like the Colosseum or the Pantheon and many other ancient monuments - are still there to be enjoyed. Later Rome became the centre of Christianity - a role it still has today. Italy is definitely one of the most important countries regarding historic significance in the world. If you want to understand Europe, you have to go to Rome, the Eternal City Italy's historic culture is big - but this has never ever stopped, it has gone on continually for more than 2000 years. The modern country still is one of the world's leading nations in every way - and a member of the exclusive G8 Club.
Italy's economy is a major one - but what most people around the world associate Italy with is the art of living well. Here you can mention fashion (Milan is the world's leading place for fashion design, even before Paris), food (there is so much Italy has given to the world in this respect: Spaghetti, Lasagna, Pizza...), wine (a Roman invention, of course), music (think Vivaldi, Verdi, et cetera), architecture (Venice is arguably the world's most daring city construction) cars (think Maserati, Ferrari, Alpha Romeo) - or all of this combined. Italy is one of the few places in the world where a rich national culture and a landscape so beautiful that it almost hurts the eye have created a unique atmosphere that will blow you away. Italy is known for its hospitality.
It invites the world to visit - or to stay. And the world gladly accepts this call. This has led to one of the most thriving tourist sectors in the world - and the Italian real estate market is also of great class. It is so elaborate that there is nothing that you can't find in Italy, no matter what you are looking for.
This exclusive property is in Veneto an italian region
Veneto is named after Venice, its capital. This iconic city belongs to the most famous ones of the whole world. As it is widely known, it was built on a lagoon - and instead of streets there are canals between its city blocks, and instead of cars people have to use boats and gondolas for getting around. Venice is clearly one of the world's most unique cities - and also people call it one of its most romantic ones. Its is one of the top international tourist attractions. So it is obvious that the whole of Veneto, economically, culturally, and politically, is completely focused on and revolving around its legendary capital. But in actual fact, this region has a lot more to offer. The population of Veneto is almost five million, and its size is similar to that of Sicily.
Topographically, it is highly diverse; all kinds of landscapes are to be found: In the North, there are the Alps, then there are hills and plains, and of course the coastline with its long sandy beaches and mysterious looking marshes. The climate strongly varies as well: The North with its mountains is a lot colder than the Mediterranean coastal region. Traditionally, Veneto was an agricultural region - but Venice became one of the mothers of Europe's industrialization, inventing a variety of techniques that were influential for the whole continent, especially in the field of glass handicraft and chemistry. After the second World War, these traditions were used as a basis for giving Veneto more industrial power. These efforts showed quite a good level of success - and today the economy of the region is healthy and diverse, lately especially expanding its service sector. The second-biggest city (after Venice) is Verona. It is somewhat tragic for it to be so out-shined by the capital, but in fact Verona too is a city of great importance and historic significance. Its has a large old town, and unlike Venice it pleases its visitors with Roman monuments. Verona has always been a trade center, and in the age of globalization it seems to be reviving its past glory.
This luxury villa is a real estate opportunity in Italy near Venice. This exclusive property is situated in a small thermal city, Abano Terme. The main house of this luxury property has got 37 rooms and 7 baths. This luxury house is a Palladian style villa with frescoes. The luxury real estate opportunity is an exclusive situation in the most beautiful part of Veneto. Contact us for more info.
Abano Terme and Montegrotto Terme, in the Euganean Thermal Basin, are two places near Padova. Abano Terme and Montegrotto Terme with Galzignano, Teolo and Torreglia are the oldest and most important thermal spas in Europe. The roots of Abano and Montegrotto has a very important past: the Thermae were the place of the local civilisation, the old protagonist of a form of tourism that was inspired and stimulated by health purposes which todays are perfectly integrated in the modern concept of leisure. Abano and Montegrotto Terme, in the Euganean Hills, are very near to Padova and Venezia, two important cities thanks their works of art. At the foothills of the Colli Euganei, near Abano and Montegrotto, gushes from the depth of the earth, like a marvel of nature, water containing bromic-iodic salts at a temperature of 87° C. This thermal –Spa Region, which one can denominate as an extraordinary nature research laboritory constitutes for over 2000 years, due to the curative properties of the water and the fanghi of Abano and Montegrotto, in a natural way and manner a supplementary health terapy, quality of life and well-being and a natural and efficacious beauty treatment. Modern dermatologic cosmetics have made it possible to demonstrate, on a scientific basis, that some component of the well-waters and the waters of Abano, in which the fanghi have matured, represent an extraordinary and opportune action within the framework of aimed esthetic treatments and therapies. There are products that constitute a complete Anti – Ageing, Anti – Wrinkle and Recostituing Face – Treatment specially developed for specific applications in Beauty Terapies. Other products are for the applicantions in professional sector of therapeutical and beauty massagesat the presence of metabolism distubances in the fatt – cell – sphere (Cellulitis). The basic element of all the treatments of Abano and Montegrotto is the thermal water. This water flows from sources at a temperature of 87°C and it is radioactive, salso-bromo-iodic and hypertherml. The mud of Abano is like a grey-brown pulp and it is composed of clay and substances of vegetable origin. The mud must becomes mature and this change takes place in special tanks with continuosly running hot thermal water. After the mud bath the person needs of a bath of thermal water at a temperature of 37°C. Afterwards the person remains on the bed for 30-60 minutes for the sweating reaction. Each mud therapy session in Abano is made up of four distinct phases: mud bath, bathing, sweacting reaction and massage.