Visit Villa Fracanzan Piovene together with an expert guide to discover a splendid Venetian Villa of the early 18th century and its perfectly preserved collections.
All the interiors of the villa are still furnished and testify to the lifestyles of past centuries. The renowned kitchen, with collections of utensils and branches, is known for its sixteenth-century red marble sink designed by Veronese painter Paolo Farinati. Admire this unique piece that, according to tradition, Napoleon wanted to take to the Louvre.
Discover the barns of the Barchessa, where many agricultural machines and various tools of the '800 are kept. Outside is a rare collection of early agricultural engines and tractors. Stroll freely in the Italian garden and in the long avenues of the large landscaped park surrounding the villa.