Vittorio Veneto and the first world war
The name of Vittorio Veneto is inseparably tied to the end of the First World War and the memory of that event of 1918 still today puts the town among the main destinations of historical tourism.
From October 1917 to October 1918 together with the Friuli and that part of Veneto up to the left side of the river Piave the town experienced the harshness of the occupation by the Austrian-German army that established there the VI Army Headquarters.
A tangible sign of these events is the Museo della Battaglia (Museum of the Battle), one the the oldest and more important Musems of the First World War in Italy recently rearranged containing relics, documents, photos and films of great interest to whoever wants to know more about those events.
The Castrum of Serravalle can be a very good starting point of a journey helping to understand better what the battle of Vittorio Veneto has really been.
Our offer includes:
• 1 night accommodation in double room
welcome drink with Prosecco of Valdobbiadene and little appetizers
• breakfast Italian style with coffee and choice of oriental teas, different types of bread, brioches and sweets, biological marmelade and jams, fresh fruit juice and season fruits
• basket of fresh fruits in the room
• dinner in a restaurant of the historical center
• visit to Palazzo Minucci, residence of Camillo De Carlo, patriot, secret agent in the First World War, viveur. The palace has been left on his instructions as it was at his death. The rooms shows a decadent and eclectic ambience with plenty of carpets from Persia and Caucasus, jades, gold and silver objects, furniture of different styles, vaguely reminiscent of the Vittoriale, the house on the Lake of Garda of the famous Italian poet Gabriele D’Annunzio
• Free gift of DVD “La Vittorio della Vittoria” containing 250 images of the town during the period of the occupation and of the various events connected with it.
• brochure and informations for an independent itinerary to discover the places and memories of the Great War in Vittorio Veneto
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