La Rosina 1917 is story of infectious generosity. A woman named Rosina started offering bowls of soup to World War One soldiers who go would up and down the Asiago plateau. It’s said that the men reminded her of her husband who emigrated to Argentina to support their children. She decided to continue her generosity of spirit by taking care of people with good food. And that’s how La Rosina started in 1917 and still continues to uphold Rosina’s mantra of generous hospitality.
On a recent visit to La Rosina, we truly understood why this place is so special. Aside from the great bedrooms designed with clean lines and sharp tones, the restaurant has also been added to the Michelin guide. What we love is that even after renovation, it’s not lost its soul which is firmly anchored in local tradition.
We can’t really mention La Rosina without mentioning cycling. Aside from the E-bikes which are free for guests to use so even the most inexperienced of cyclists can roam around and discover Veneto. Here we really are in cycling territory. Close by is the famous La Rosina climb which features in the Giro d’Italia and your chance to cycle on this historic path. Grab your bike, it’s seriously the best way to discover Veneto.