Rovigo Italy Information

Rovigo Sports

The sports mainly played here are football/soccer, swimming, baseball, roller hockey, and handball.


Some of the foods that are popular in the Rovigo area. Typical dishes include: rice in fish broth, risotto polesano with eel and the guinea-hen in tecia, cooked in an earthenware pot, ina a wood burning oven or over open fire. Eel and freshwater fish are grilled or cooked in a saucepan, usually with a side dish of polenta, also typical to this area. The area boasts a rich variety of game, especially geese and ducks. There are tasty cold cuts, such as the renowned smoked bondiola, a specialty of the area, and the bondiola of Adria, made with minced veal, pork rump and lard. A typical dessert of the specific area is the torta (cake) polesana or miassa, made following a recipe that dates back to 1829. Restaurants you can go to in Rovigo are LeisureOsteria "Ai Trani", Ristopizzeria Girasole, or Canaletto.

Physical Geography

· In the viewpoint of physical geography it is a strip of land about 100-km long and 18-km wide located between the lower courses of the Adige and the Po rivers, limited to the east by the Adriatic Sea and leaving the western limit undefined.


· Rovigo stands on the low ground known as Polesine, 80 km by rail southwest of Venice and 40 km south-southwest of Padua, and on the Adigetto Canal.

Events and Traditions

· Some events and traditions in Rovigo are Rovigo Public Theatre shows, The San Marco Fair, the National Kite Festival, the tradition of floating cribs during Christmas.


A 3 bed flat in Italy is about € 43,0006 and a 4 bed house Rovigo, Italy is about € 130,000

Rovigo as the capital of the homonymous province was first mentioned in the 9th century. The exposed location in the river delta between Po and Adige made it difficult for the city to compete with its powerful neighboring cities such as Verona, Padua and Venice. In the 11th century the princes of Este took power over Rovigo and secured the city until it was conquered by Venice in 1483 and incorporated into Veneto. After a brief interlude by Napoleon and the Austrians, Rovigo was finally incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy in 1866 where it enjoyed a strong economic revival.