LAKE GARDA PESCHIERA DEL GARDA (VR)
PRICE ON REQUEST
Overall area: 2300 m²
Living area: 1760 m²
Bathroom: 4 mit Fenster und 1 ohne Fenster
Basement: 354 m²
Construction year: 2000
Energy Class: C
Ground: 2558 m²
Garden: 2000 m²
Parking space: Included
Wellness area: Yes
Condition: As new
Heating Type: Zentral
Lake Garda Peschiera del Garda (VR), Hotel
H01 PESCHIERA DEL GARDA (VR): between Lazise and Peschiera del Garda in a central and very convenient location we sell this as new three-star hotel. The hotel has three floors, has 33 elegant and stylish rooms of various types with a total capacity of 78 beds. The ground floor restaurant, kitchen, lounge, bar, reception, toilets. The entire reason all around (parking, terrace, garden) belongs to the hotel. In the basement there is a small spa area with sauna, gym and several storage rooms, warehouses and basement. In the first and second floor are all the suites. Approved a project to expand the basement (realization of a swimming pool and meeting rooms, spa area expansion) of the community already. This strategic location allows all the interesting sights of the area to reach and easy to see the nearby highway exits, the airport and the exhibition center of Verona with shuttle service and the famous Lake Garda. Lake Garda, it is just 3 km to the city of Verona is 15 km, the highway entrance to 2 km, the airport of Verona in about km. Gardaland, the largest amusement park in Italy can be reached in just 5 minutes.
ABOUT LAKE GARDA PESCHIERA DEL GARDA (VR)
Peschiera del Garda [peˈskjeːra dɛl ˈɡarda] (Venetian: Pischera; Latin: Ardelica, Arilica) is a town and comune in the province of Verona, in Veneto, Italy. When Lombardy-Venetia was under Austrian rule, Peschiera was the northwest anchor of the four fortified towns constituting the Quadrilatero. The fortress is on an island in the river Mincio at its outlet from Lake Garda.
Roman Ardelica was a town of Gallia Transpadana that occupied the site of the modern Peschiera del Garda, at the southeast angle of the Lacus Benacus (Lago di Garda), just where the Mincius (modern Mincio) issued from the lake. The name is found under the corrupted form Ariolica in the Tabula Peutingeriana, which correctly places it between Brixia and Verona; the true form is preserved by inscriptions, of which one says that it was a trading place, with a corporation of ship-owners, collegium naviculariorum Ardelicensium. (Orell. Inscr. 4108.) The town is mentioned as Arilica in Pliny the Elder's Naturalis Historia.
The fortress at Peschiera played a prominent part in most military campaigns conducted in northern Italy after 1400, especially during the Italian campaigns of the... Read more...