ALLEGRETTI's HOUSE Venosa, hospitality and hospitality

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  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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Nestled in the greenery of the Vulture Plateau, it is ideally located near the city centre and a stone's throw from the Waterpark, the ALLEGRETTE's HOUSE is a small jewel of modernity.
Newly built, no detail is left to chance, so you can enjoy a beautiful and comfortable holiday or a work experience as if you were at home.

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Nestled in the greenery of the Vulture Plateau, it is ideally located near the city centre and a stone's throw from the Waterpark, the ALLEGRETTE's HOUSE is a small jewel of modernity.
Newly built, no detail is left to chance, so you can enjoy a beautiful and comfortable holiday or a work experience as if you were at home.
ACCOMMODATION'S HOUSE is easily accessible from the Bus Station and especially from Bari-Karol Wojtyla Airport, while if you are by car, you will have no problem arriving via the highway.
Once on site, you can move comfortably by car but especially on foot because the city of VENOSA is easily walkable.
In fact, if you love walking or cycling, you can walk through the courses, streets and alleys without any problems, also because VENOUS is almost totally on the plain.

For any eventuality, you can find all kinds of shops (supermarkets, pharmacies, restaurants, pubs, pizzerias...) within walking distance of ALLEGRETTI's HOUSE.
There is also a park where you can spend hours of relaxation and fun with your children.

But what Venosa offers most to its tourists are certainly its countless monuments.

Precisely in this ancient and fascinating village is the oldest prehistoric site in all of Basilicata. I am talking about the Notarchiric, a few kilometers from the inhabited center and rich in numerous fossil remains of extinct animals, the femur of the homo erectus and numerous lithic instruments. This treasure was discovered only in 1979 when finds dating back to the Paleolithic era were found in the territory on the outskirts of Venosa.

Among the animals we can find traces of are elephants, bison and rhinoceros, but in Notarchirico we can also see interesting finds that concern humans. Here, in fact, an adult female femur of the species Homo Erectus was discovered. Interesting and valuable for scholars is also the stratigraphic sequence found, composed of over eleven levels referable to the lower Palaeolithic and dating between 600,000 and 300,000 years ago.

We stay in remote times and visit the Archaeological Park near Venosa which houses various testimonies dating back to various eras, those between the Republican period and the medieval age. The park offers us the opportunity to visit a very articulated spa complex that includes different environments. There is a "frigidarium”, for example, composed of a floor mosaic depicting marine animals, and a “calidarium”, or hot bath, with small brick pillars.

The episcopal complex of the Most Holy Trinity is located seamlessly near the Archaeological Park. Here we clearly change the era and we can visit the church with a hexagonal baptismal bathtub in the centre, preceded by three small aisles, in one of which a second cruciform baptismal bathtub is carved.
The entire complex has even been recognized as a national monument since 1897, it stands where a pagan temple dedicated to Imene used to exist and in total includes two churches. In addition to the ancient church dating back to early Christian times, there is also a striking new church, also called an unfinished church. It is in fact a building that was started between the 11th and 12th centuries exploiting the materials stolen from the Roman amphitheatre, but has never been completed.
The Jewish catacombs, located on the hill of Maddalena and composed of a series of corridors along which you can admire Jewish burials and iconographies, are also to be seen in the vicinity of Venosa. It's definitely an exciting experience if you're not impressionable.
Going towards the centre of the village, where the ancient cathedral once stood, we can find the Aragonese Castle, built in 1470 and transformed in the seventeenth century into a stately residence by Carlo and Emanuele Gesualdo. It is an elegant square building, with towers in the shape of a cylinder and a lot of moat, unfortunately never filled with water.
Did we say Quinto Orazio Flacco lived here? In fact, we can visit the house, a house composed of two rooms, a semicircular one set up with Roman furnishings and furnishings, the other rectangular, without cover.

HOUSE AMENITIES: Digital TV, Free WiFi, Wood-burning Fireplace, Professional Phone, Bed linen, Towels, Fridge, Ovens, Capsule Coffee Maker, Ironing Board, Food Scale and Minipimer.

HOW TO REACH LA CASA VACANZA ALLEGRETTI's HOUSE:
Getting to Venosa by TRAIN
Getting to Venosa by train is not advisable, as there are no stops for the train station of Venosa - Maschito, except in the stations of the nearby towns of Barrile, Rionero in Vulture, Melfi and Spinazzola.


Getting to Venosa by PLANE Bari International

Airport "Karol Wojtyla" (distance from Venosa about 120 Km).
Naples International Airport "Capodichino" (distance from Venosa about 180 Km).



Reach Venosa BY CAR

DA NORD - From the Adriatic coast, take the A14 Adriatic motorway and exit at the junction of Foggia. Take S.S. 655 Bradanica, Foggia - Matera, and exit at Venosa Sud.
From the Tyrrhenian coast, take the A1 Motorway del Sole. At the Caserta junction, take the A16 Naples - Canosa and exit at Candela. Take S.S. 655 Foggia - Matera and exit at the Venosa Sud junction.

From the SOUTH - From the south, take the Salerno - Reggio Calabria motorway, exit at Sicignano and proceed to the Sicignano - Potenza motorway junction. Enter the S.S. 658 Potenza - Melfi. Exit at the junction for Barile-Ginestra-Venosa and follow the signs.

From Bari follow the motorway towards Naples to the Cerignola Ovest toll booth; then follow the signs for Venosa.

From Bari, take the S.S. 16 towards Foggia, take the A14 motorway towards S.S. 529 - Cerignola. Take the Cerignola Ovest exit.

From Matera, enter S.P. 6 towards S.P. 8, take S.S. 655 towards S.P. 25 - Spinazzola, exit at Palazzo San Gervasio and continue towards Spinazzola/Lavello/Candela/Foggia S.S. 168, enter S.P. 25 towards Lavello/Venosa, exit at Venosa sud/Montemilone, continue on S.P. Ofantina towards Venosa.
ALLEGRETTI's HOUSE is nestled in the green of the Vulture Plateau of the famous town of the LATIN POET ORAZIO FLACCO, a 20-minute walk from Piazza Umberto I, also known as Piazza Castello and an 18-minute walk from the bus station.

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Venosa, Basilicata, Italy

ALLEGRETTI's HOUSE is surrounded by greenery and is a short walk from the New Waterpark Venosa, a small gem just a stone's throw from the city centre of Orazio, a precious treasure trove of history, culture and art, it is the ideal choice for anyone who wants to enjoy a beautiful day of relaxation and fun: with the fun Wave pool, adrenaline slides, the lagoon, dedicated to children, and even the whirlpool, solarium, spacious green spaces, entertainment and refreshment areas. Everything here seems to pamper the visitor, between a splash of water and a slight caress of the sun.

Suitable for families, but above all for all those who love to stay in the countryside and in complete RELAXATION, who love to take long walks on foot or with the bikes made available by the structure, to discover here and there finds that tell the importance and beauty of the CITY DI ORAZIO.

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  1. Joined in September 2019
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For the Check In there are no problems, I am Mrs. Savina Digrisolo, I live upstairs and I am at your disposal both for tourist information and for THE FREE TRANSFER SERVICE from the bus stop in Via Armando Diaz to the Holiday Home ALLEGRETTI's HOUSE
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