Put your city plans aside and head to the rolling Euganean Hills for a taste of early 16th-century, aristocratic Italian life. The Villa dei Vescovi (Bishops' Villa) was intended as a place for nobleman Alvise Cornaro's intellectual friends to gather and discuss the importance of art and nature. As you do! Explore the fancy rooms and spot the homa...
- * Entrance to the Villa dei Vescovi
- * Guided tour
- * Dogs are allowed in the grounds with a leash. Inside the villa, only small dogs that can be carried are permitted * Free wi-fi available * Children under 5 can enter for free, please select a free ticket for them * Visitors with physical disabilities have to contact the venue directly Swap your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket at the ticket office.
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