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To love is not to look at one another it is to look, together, in the same direction. (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)

The sumptuous Frescoes Hall has great visual and emotional impact, with its very precious decorations dating back to 1652.
Its maximum capacity is 200 guests, all together in the same room equipped, like all the internal rooms of the Villa, with air conditioning. The adjoining and communicating rooms of the Hall can be used for aperitifs, cocktails or dancing after-dinners. The Ground Floor can accommodate up to 320 people, in total.

Particularly relevant is the wonderful Portico in the style of Sansovino, which connects the internal rooms of the ground floor to the luxuriant external garden. The portico can host welcome aperitifs, musical entertainment or even civil weddings, being an outdoor environment but sheltered in case of bad weather during the summer. It can become a particularly intimate and romantic place during the winter, thanks to the closing veranda and the possibility of being heated even on the coldest days.
The splendid garden, adjacent to the façade of the guest house, is set up during the summer for romantic and relaxed outdoor receptions, for cutting the cake, for a welcome drink or to entertain children with playful and creative games. It will also be possible to organize fireworks or water games, to amaze guests with unique and unforgettable memories.
The suggestive seventeenth-century cellars, with their exposed brick walls and original beams, make up a more informal setting that is particularly suitable for welcoming after-dinner dancing with an open bar.

Characterized by large ovoid windows and powerful trusses, the attic can accommodate up to 480 guests. It can be an alternative to the Sansovino Portico and the external Garden, or it can be used as an environment dedicated to musical after dinner with an open bar.
The ancient Stables of the Villa, now the private residence of the previous owners of the seventeenth-century complex, are a particularly suitable place for photo shoots thanks to the flowerbeds and the nineteenth-century pond with islet and gazebo.
The main body of the Villa, adjacent to the guest house, is now the Footwear Museum, a suggestive and undoubtedly original place that guests can enjoy during the event. On the two floors of the building, there is a precious collection of luxury women's shoes, designed by the most prestigious international fashion houses, such as Dior, Givenchy, Emilio Pucci and many others.
The Egyptian room, with its nineteenth-century decorations, is perfect a corner for impressive shots, as well as the terrace that offers a spectacular view of the entire property and the Brenta River. The spouses coming from Padua or Venice can navigate on it and can dock directly in front of the Villa.