Routes and tours
A bed and breakfast in the heart of Veneto, between art, culture and ancient flavors
The central location of B & B Al Cavallino is ideal for those wishing to spend a holiday in the heart of the Veneto region, exploring the romantic and artistic Venice, about half an hour by train, or the famous Asolo, a charming village on top of a hill, or even the Possagno Canova, all destinations easily reached from here.
And the host Treviso, a city that the Most Serene Republic of Venice called “Gioiosa et Amorosa”, which also offers many attractions for recreation and culture. You can stroll through the ancient walls of the city, take advantage of the place to go jogging, or even program a trip outside the intersection of the famous Prosecco hills. From B & B Al horse’s historic center is just a few minutes walk.
We advise our guests that would stop the fourth Sunday of every month (except in July), the antique market in Borgo Cavour, behind the hotel.
The B & B is connected to the ancient ostaria AL Cavallino, an advantage for guests who wish to take advantage of an arrangement with half board and taste typical products of the Venetian cuisine.
Treviso, art city
Treviso is a city to visit in any season, the heart of the city and place of the Treviso meeting is Piazza dei Signori with its Palazzo dei Trecento and the elegant Loggia Dei Cavalieri.
Asolo and Dolomiti
Asolo is one of the most beautiful towns in Italy, nestled among the hills of Treviso, has a well-preserved city walls that culminates in the Rocca built by Ezzelino da Romano in the twelfth century.
Venice, born in Roman times and famous as the Serenissima, houses, among its streets and fields, an artistic and cultural heritage unique.
Visit to Castelfranco and Cittadella
The walled town of Castelfranco Veneto dates back to the last decade of the twelfth century.
The structure of the castle-town relies mainly for military purposes, and to encourage the settlement and loyalty to the brand, the inhabitants were granted exemption from the tributes, from which the name of Castello Franco.
The town of Cittadella, built probably in the same period of Castelfranco Veneto, was recently restored.
Now you can walk the walkway and see the city from this particular perspective: between the inside and outside the walls.
Villa Tiepolo Passi
Villa Tiepolo Passi it is a beautiful seventeenth-century villa located in Carbonera.
Built by Almorò Tiepolo, Procurator of St. Mark’s and senator of the Republic of Venice and realized in Venetian baroque style, inside you you can see beautiful frescoes and architectural elements typical of the period.