Villa Vittoria

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ID: 615
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Structure: No
Accommodation: No
Air conditioning -
Property bedroom icon Bedrooms: No
Property bathroom icon Restaurant: No
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Property floor icon Swimming pool: No
Property total floors icon Extra beds: No
Property year built icon Furnishing: The Villa is furnished with fine antiques of great value and decorated with magnificent frescoes
Property Air conditioning icon Air conditioning -
Property accommodation icon Accommodation: No
icon for Civil ceremony Civil ceremony Florence Town Hall
Property parking icon Indoor spaces: Yes
icon f Catholic ceremony: Nearby churches
Property publication date Time limit: No time limit (indoor)
icon for Blessings and other religion Blessings and other religion: Villa’s historic gardens or internal halls
Property garages icon Ideal for: Couples looking for a luxury and exclusive wedding in a historical Villa in Florence
icon for Wedding reception Wedding reception: Villa’s terrace or gardens or courtyard or internal halls
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Airports distance
Leasing Icon Florence 25 minutes
Leasing Icon Pisa 1h 10 minutes
Leasing Icon Rome 3 hours
Full Address: 53100 Siena SI, Italia
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Country: IT

This extraordinary venue is a patrician villa located in Fiesole and overlooking the historical centre of Florence. The history of this villa is fascinating. We know that it was in existence at the end of the 14th century.
The villa’s historical gardens are credited with being the paradisal setting for the frame story of Boccaccio’s Decameron.
Queen Victoria chose Villa Palmieri as her vacation several times in the late 19th century.

Indeed in 1888, 1893 and 1894, Queen Victoria visited Florence and stayed at this Villa with some members of her government. She was visited there by the Italian King and Queen. Some labels on trees of the Villa park record the three visits of Queen Victoria to this gorgeous Villa.
The stunning gardens of the Villa were restructured in 1697, sweeping away all vestiges of the earlier arrangements to create a south-facing terrace, an arcaded loggia of five bays, and the symmetrically paired curved stairs that lead to the lemon garden in the lower level. The lemon garden survives. Statues and garden vases abound in the gardens.

In 1873 part of the Villa grounds were recreated in the fashionable English naturalistic landscape manner of parkland dotted with specimen trees and also plantings of exotic, tender plants.

Amazing example of 14th century architecture, this Villa is a unique and magnificent setting for your wedding, where you can breathe art and history

Gorgeous historical gardens

Stunning view overlooking Florence

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