Designed by Andrea Palladio in 1541, the villa is one of the most representative works of the early life of the great architect.The structure of Villa Pisani, located near Vicenza and Venice, is inspired by the monuments of Imperial Rome. And, as with all Palladian villas, it serves as a gathering place for festive activities as well as the center of agricutural production on the famiy's land.
Opening Hours: year-round upon reservation. Visit subject to confirmation according to availability.
Duration: 1 hour.
Languages: Italian, English, Spanish.
The cost includes the guided tour and entrance to the villa and the garden.
Accessibility: site is not accessible to people with physical disabilities.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The time you select on the order form is your preferred time. The villa will automatically confirm the closest available time, which can be anytime during opening hours on the selected date, if your preferred time is no longer available.
For cancellations from booking to 4 days before the day of the visit, cancellation penalty is 30% of the total amount
No refunds for cancellations less than 4 days before the booked visit.
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Villa Pisani Bonetti was planned by Andrea Palladio in 1541 and is a standout amongst the works of the early career of this soon-to-be star architect of the 16th century. Commissioned by the illustrious Pisani family, it was built from 1544 to 1545 in Bagnolo di Lonigo close to Vicenza, and opened the rich chapter of Andrea Palladio’s collaboration with the Most Serene Republic of Venice.
The structure of Villa Pisani, located near Vicenza and Venice, is inspired by the monuments of Imperial Rome. And, as with all Palladian villas, it serves as a gathering place for festive activities as well as the center of agricutural production on the famiy's land. The positioning of the building within the estate reflects Palladio’s opinion that a building should be in close connection with the surrounding environment. Inside the villa, richly painted frescoes with scenes from Ovid's Metamorphoses, possibly due to the hand of Francesco Torbido, a student of Giulio Romano, enhance the monumentality of the architectural space.
The unusual placement of the kitchen is worth noting: it was moved to the main floor during the 18th century, to place it out of reach of floodwaters from the river Guà. The Villa, consummately taken care of by the owners, is on the UNESCO World Heritage list along with the other Palladian villas of the Veneto since 1996. Villa Pisani Bonetti offers guided visits for the general public, and hosts events and contemporary art shows.
Entrance fee (per person):
+ Online Reservation (per group):
+ Guided tour (for group from 1 to 25 persons): € 60.00
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