Here business goes GREEN!

Nature has been truly generous in Veneto bestowing on this region parks and rivers, in addition to the marvellous Dolomites, the fantastic cities of art and history and the sea where you can spend your summer.

The province of Rovigo is a land with a charming rural landscape located between the Italy’s two largest rivers: the Adige and the Po. It is the undisputed homeland of “slow” tourism, as well as a working environment different from the others.

Meeting rooms

There are many meeting rooms available in the historic city of Rovigo in prestigious public palaces with a capacity ranging between 80 and 200, in addition to those inside palaces and theatres of other provincial cities. Some examples:

  • Salone del Grano at the Camera di Commercio Venezia Rovigo Delta Lagunare (Chamber of Commerce Venice Rovigo Lagoon Delta)
  • Sala degli Arazzi at the Accademia dei Concordi
  • Meeting room at Palazzo Roncale
  • Ridotto at the Teatro Sociale di Rovigo (Social Theatre of Rovigo)

The offer includes rooms in business hotels, private historic dwellings and charming farm holidays close to Rovigo or throughout the province.

Villas for special occasions

Villas are perfect places to organise special events such as weddings, birthdays, graduation parties, and for business events or events aimed at the general public such as exhibits, product presentations, cultural meetings, exhibitions, festivals and concerts. Villa Badoer in Fratta Polesine – designed by Antonio Palladio and a UNESCO heritage site – stands out among villas open to the public.

Large spaces for large events

There are also rooms and spaces in renovated historic buildings, outstanding examples of industrial archaeology, which are suitable to host large events like exhibitions, workshops, conventions, public competitions, festivals, music concerts and much more. The capacities of these rooms range from 50 to 500.

Some examples:

  • Cen.Ser Rovigo Fiere (Rovigo Trade Fair’s Service Centre) was created from a wise restructuring of the old sugar factory in Rovigo keeping the original spaces, but devoting them to a new function: large B2B and B2C events and meetings. The area also hosts the University of Rovigo (C.U.R) and a technological hub composed of an international research centre and a new business incubator some start-ups that are already active in innovation and prototyping.
  • Museo della Bonifica Ca’ Vendramin (the Museum of Land Reclamation at Ca’ Vendramin) is an important example of industrial archaeology. It results from the restructuring of the largest pumping station facility dating back to the early 20th century in the Po Delta, just a few kilometres from Porto Tolle: inside, in addition to the exhibition rooms where you can admire the great pump stations of the late 19th century, other machinery and equipment, there is also a central meeting room that can hosts up to 200 people and is extremely original, because it blends in with the building context. The complex includes other neighbouring buildings and large outdoor spaces, so the facility can also be used for large events from March to October.