The Villa

Among one of the most evocative examples of the Paduan and Venetian pictorial Renaissance, Villa Roberti is a precious and unexpected mid-sixteenth century country house, built by Count Roberti to give the wealthy family prestige. Andrea da Valle, a young architect, entrusted the project and frescoes were done by the very young Giambattista Zelotti and Paolo Veronese. Villa Roberti appears to be as the prototype of the Venetian countryside villa, a model to be taken and to reproduce. It is a place still suspended in time, in which to breathe all the charm of history

Every first Sunday each month on the occasion of the Mercatino (antique and flea market) at h. 11 e 15
Each Sunday April to June at h. 16 e 17
Thursdays and Saturdays September to October at h. 11 (upon reservation)

Villa Roberti, Salone degli Affreschi, dettaglio

The Great frescoed Hall

One of the highest result of the work by Zelotti and Veronese is represented by the beautiful Hall of Frescoes of Villa Roberti. The artists imagined an illusory classical architecture supported by large columns and pillars …

The Professor’s Library

An evocative and intimate room, made even more unique by the presence of the period library, which completely occupies two walls of the room, and the only fireplace on the main floor:..

Villa Roberti, Biblioteca

Villa Roberti, Sala Alloro

Laurel and Seasons Rooms

Elegant, bright rooms with direct and independent access from the main Loggia of Villa Roberti …

L’Antica Cucina

Affascinanti testimonianze del passato sono gli ambienti del piano terra, tra i quali spiccano l’antica cucina e la sala del pozzo medievale…

Villa Roberti, Antica Cucina