Este Castle of Mesola closed to visitors from 8th January to 22nd April 2018.
Este Castle of Mesola and the Tourist Information Office of Mesola during the Christmas holidays will observe the following opening times:
- Sunday 31st December 2017 open from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and closed in the afternoon;
- Monday 1st January 2018 closed all day;
- Saturday 6 January 2018 open from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m..
Este Castle of Mesola will be closed to visitors for renovations from Monday 8th January 2018.
Este Castle of Mesola will open to the public on Sunday 22nd April 2018.
Pomposa Abbey, located in the heart of Po Delta Park, dates back to VI-VII century. The monastery received illustrious characters of the time, including Guido from Arezzo, the monk inventor of modern musical writing based on the seven notes.
Inside the Church of Saint Mary, next to the stunning 48 meters high bell tower, you can admire Giotto – inspired frescos and the beautiful mosaic floor. On the opposite side there are the Cloister, the Palace of Reason, the Refectory, the Chapter and the Pomposa Museum.
If you want to learn more about this masterpiece of Roman art, take part in one of the guided tours at Pomposa Abbey January 2018.
SCHEDULE OF GUIDED TOURS AT POMPOSA ABBEY JANUARY 2018
- Saturday 6th January 2018 at 11.40 a.m.
- Sunday 7th January 2018 at 11.40 a.m.
- Sunday 14th January 2018 at 11.40 a.m.
- Sunday 21st January 2018 at 11.40 a.m.
- Sunday 28th January 2018 at 11.40 a.m.
Duration of the guided tour: about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
GUIDED TOURS AT POMPOSA ABBEY JANUARY 2018 RATES
Guided tours at Pomposa Abbey rates are (entrance fee not included):
- 5 euros adult
- 3 euros from 6 to 18 years old
- Free from 0 to 5 years old
The entrance fee at Pomposa Abbey are:
- Full: 5 euros on week days, 3 euros on Sundays and religious holiday
- Reduced-rate tickets for over 18 and under 25 (for the residents in the European Union only): 2,50 euro on week days, 1,50 euros on Sundays and religious holiday
- Free entance for under 18
On Sunday 7th January the Pomposa Abbey is free of charge for everyone (thanks to the “Sunday at the Museum”), so you pay only the guided tour.
INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS GUIDED TOURS AT POMPOSA ABBEY JANUARY 2018
Palazzina IAT – Tourist Information Office – Tel: +39 0533 719110 – E-mail: email@example.com
Opening times: from Tuesday to Friday from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. – Saturday, Sunday and Holidays from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 14.30 p.m. to 17.30 p.m. – Closed on Monday
Waiting for Christmas 2017 in Bosco Mesola is the serie of events and initiatives for adults and children that will take place during the Christmas holidays in this town in the Po Delta.
WAITING FOR CHRISTMAS 2017 IN BOSCO MESOLA: THE SCHEDULE
FRIDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2017
9.30 a.m.: Train of Nature – Departure from Piazza Vittorio Veneto (Monument ai Caduti), tour through the streets of the country up to Abate Tower and the Wood of Mesola. Price: 5 euros adults, free from 0 to 8 years old. For further information and reservations +39 391 7418404 or +39 370 31 77478.
From 2.00 p.m.: Train of Elves of the Wood – The train will accompany children to decorate the trees of the commercial activities of the town.
Arrival of Santa Claus with gifts for children and guests of the Casa Protetta in Bosco Mesola.
From 3.00 p.m.: Christmas Carols with the participation of the “EUREKA” School.
4.30 p.m.: Blessing of the Christmas Tree and the Nativity – set up by Gruppo Volontari di Bosco, and of the Sculpture made by Enrico Menegatti. Lighting the illuminations.
In the afternoon, Markets and Hobbyists and opening of the Commercial Activities of the square.
SUNDAY 24TH DECEMBER 2017
9.30 p.m. : Christmas Mass – Celebration of the Christmas Mass in the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Rosary in Bosco Mesola.
MONDAY 25TH DECEMBER 2017
9.30 a.m. : Christmas Mass – Celebration of the Christmas Mass in the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Rosary in Bosco Mesola.
SATURDAY 6TH JANUARY 2018
La Vecia dl’Albaraz – Traditional representation along the streets of the town, organized by the young people of Bosco Mesola.