Liberation Day 25 April Special OfferLiberation Day 25 April Package in Half Board
25 April in Volterra the Heart of Tuscany
The package is compose:
3 Nights with breakfast included
3 Dinner included (without drinks)
3 nights in Half Board on Liberation Day 25 April
Standard Single room:
255,00 €-10% sconto = 229,00€ per room
Standard Double room:
372,00 €-10% sconto = 334,00€ per room
Standard Double room with Balcony:
402,00 €-10% sconto = 361,00€ per room
Standard Triple room:
507,00 €-10% sconto = 456,00€ per room
Standard Quadruple room:
636,00 €-10% sconto = 572,00€ per room
756,00 €-10% sconto = 680,00€ per room
Economy Single room:Book Now
234,00 €-10% sconto = 210,00€ per room
Economy Double room:
327,00 €-10% sconto = 294,00€ per room
Camera Tripla Economy:
432,00 €-10% sconto = 388,00€ per room
Economy Quadruple room:
546,00 €-10% sconto = 491,00€ per room
Liberation Day (Italy)
Italy’s Liberation Day (Festa della liberazione), also known as the Anniversary of the Liberation (Anniversario della liberazione d’Italia), Anniversary of the Resistance (anniversario della Resistenza), or simply 25 April is a national Italian holiday commemorating the end of Nazi occupation of the Country during World War II and the victory of the Resistance. This is distinct from the Republic Day (Festa della Repubblica) which takes place on 2 June.
The date was chosen by convention, as it was the day of the year 1945 when the National Liberation Committee of Upper Italy (CLNAI) officially proclaimed the insurgency in a radio announcement, propounding the seizure of power by the CLNAI and proclaiming the death sentence for all fascist leaders (including Benito Mussolini, who was shot three days later).
By 1 May, all of northern Italy was liberated, including Bologna (21 April), Genoa (23 April), Milan and Turin (25 April), and Venice (28 April). The liberation put an end to twenty-three years of fascist dictatorship and five years of war. It symbolically represents the beginning of the historical journey which led to the referendum of 2 June 1946, when Italians opted for the end of the monarchy and the creation of the Italian Republic, which was followed by the adoption of the Constitution of the Republic in 1948.
The actual date was chosen in 1946, and in most Italian cities, marches and parades are organised to commemorate the event. On 22 April 1946, the Disposizioni in materia di ricorrenze festive (“Provisions on festive occasions”) decree created the national holiday. The bill states that Per celebrare la totale liberazione del territorio italiano, il 25 aprile 1946 è dichiarato festa nazionale (“In celebration of the total liberation of the Italian territory, 25 April 1946 is declared a national holiday”). On 27 May 1949, bill 260 made the anniversary a permanent, annual national holiday.
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