We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Although quite small in comparison to some places, the villa is well presented and offers amazing views worthy of either a quick detour or planned visit. Parking is free but is off site so there is a 5 minute walk to the villa. Entrance fees...More
A superb example of classical design that has been well restored only recently. The frescos are mainly fragments but give a feeling for how the villa would have looked. There is a attractive cafeteria with outside seats for when the weather allows and a shop...More
We stumbled across this villa as we were driving to another destination and decided to stop for a visit. The villa and its grounds are absolutely lovely. The inside of the villa is attractively decorated and furnished, and is kept in very good condition. The...More
From the site of the villa visitors can enjoy superb views on the surrounding down to Padua. The guided tour of the villa is highly recommended to discover the history and art masterpieces still visible. Worth a walk through the vineyard. The cafe terrace is...More
For those who appreciate history, art and architecture, Villa Dei Vescovi is well worth the effort to find this amazing place tucked into the Eugene hills. The staff are incredibly helpful and wanting to share their enthusiasm for this property with guests. The scenery is...More
Located in the hills of Eugene, close to Padua, it is an amazing place for visits during all seasons! A picturesque view from the hill, where the villa is located! A must see for passionate travellers!
Beautifully kept Villa Dei Vescovi with its lovely gardens. Worth visiting with guide and especially if musical concert (Classical music) as the building becomes even more enchanting, with all the lights on at night.
I played a concert here with the Junges Kammerorchester Stuttgart during our 2016 tour to Italy. The views of the Italian countryside from the terraces are fantastic, and the villa itself is big and old and very beautiful. The gallery of glass art is spectacular....More
Incredible frescoes and very well maintained. It's a bit clinical in places but no worse than many publicly run places.
Located on a hilltop there are fine views of the surrounding area and the grounds worth a walk. Plenty of places to sit & read...More