The city of Romeo and Juliet offers the perfect location for a romantic and elegant, Verona wedding. This beautiful palazzo's origins date back to the Middle Ages, but it was in the 16th century that its present form took place. The monumental facade with its magnificent entrance, Ionic columns and courtyard is just the first taste of the treasures that lie inside. This is undoubtedly one of Verona's finest private palaces...with a gorgeous enclosed garden and it too is available for civil ceremonies. The palace still retains original frescoes from the Renaissance and is elaborately decorated throughout with antiques, valuable paintings and artifacts. The property was recently restored by the family, bringing it to its present, full glory. Various halls and rooms are available regardless of the size of your wedding party ranging from grand to intimate.
The gardens are superb! Incredibly romantic, and perfect for your Verona wedding ceremony or reception, they include a miniature hill, a grotto, as well as stunning wisteria arbor and colourful flowers and majestic trees. You and your guests will be enchanted as they step unexpectedly into this glorious flowering Paradise.
Entrance and Courtyard
The entrance along with the inside facade and the grand staircase, is attributed to the Veronese architect Luigi Trezza (second half of the 18th century). It is a beautifully illuminated area, which can be used for different purposes such as guest reception area, cocktail parties and even lunches.
The Garden is an unexpected and astonishing spot in the historic centre of the town. It was designed in the style of 19th century Romanticism, and still maintains its original features: centenarian trees, the grotto, the berceau and several archeological artifacts of past centuries.
The Grand Hall
The Salone shows a typical 19th century wall decoration with great paintings of the 17th century the furniture, the big chandelier and the precious, Viennese pianoforte create an atmosphere of days long by when elegance and beauty reigned.