The curse of Cunizza da Romano

The curse of Cunizza da Romano

Treviso – Veneto

Where it takes place

San Zenone degli Ezzelini, Treviso

Meeting place

Villa Rubelli,
via Teresa Rubelli 2

Travelling

on foot

Duration

from 3 to 4 hours

PASSIONS

Medieval history and historical re-enactment

CUSTOMIZABLE

According to the needs of cost and duration for adults, families, individuals and groups up to 20 people. Suitable for team building and special occasions

The Story to live together

About 1250, the ferocious leader Ezzelino Da Romano conquered important cities of Veneto. On the hill of San Zenone degli Ezzelini, Cunizza, Ezzelino’s younger sister, is a guest in the fortress of her brother Alberico.
Their enemies are preparing an ambush, so the brother instructs the most loyal knights to save Cunizza and the family from certain death.
If you also want to be a brave knight, we will meet tomorrow at dawn, at the foot of the hill. Everything is decided!

Angelo, Artès Operator

Hi, I’m Angelo, I’m a historical reenactor. I will take you to the hill of San Zenone to relive the history of the Da Romano family. After wearing the period costumes, you will lose yourself in those historical times, there will be medieval fencing and writing workshops; you will experience battles and trials.

Lingua parlata ItalianoInglese Inglese spagnolo

Angelo Faresin

What we can do together

  • Meeting with Angelo and changing clothes with period costumes
  • Scenic trip up the hill on foot and exhibition or participation of the battle with historical reenactors
  • Medieval Fencing Workshops, Medieval Writing on Parchment
  • Participation in the historical process
  • Celebration and historical medieval aperitif

Map

Gallery

Please note

Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Please inform us of any food intolerance or allergy in advance.
Experience not suitable for people with heart and mobility problems.

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P00115EN