Wedding Location Vicenza

If you’ve attended any weddings as a guest, have you happened to see an evening party that doesn’t take off, a desolately empty runway an evening party with very high expectations left unexpected?

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The City of Vicenza since 2015 offers a wide choice as Vicenza wedding locations, nothing short of picturesque, for holding your wedding. Let’s see which ones…

Hall of the Stuccoes at Palazzo Trissino in Corso Palladio

A Vicenza wedding location filled with 17th-century frescoes and paintings from Villa Negri de’ Salvi in Albettone. Throughout the room it is the eternal feminine, or the worship of women, that triumphs. Giambattista Barberini’s original stucco work above the four doors depicts the tragic events of Lucretia, Judith, Joel, and Cleopatra. Two large 18th-century frescoes by Giacomo Ciesa depict the story of Dido abandoned and dying. The space is accessible from the main entrance of the palace via the grand staircase and is set up directly by the municipality with chairs for guests and more stately seating for the bride and groom. Floral and musical decorations or any other personalization is allowed without qualms.

Palladian Basilica in Piazza dei Signori

The Basilica Palladiana’s Vicenza wedding venue offers the possibility of taking advantage of the terrace from which one can admire a splendid landscape or, in case of bad weather, the loggia on the second floor, also rich in art that offers its colonnade as a backdrop to the ceremony and a cooler, more manageable environment in the height of summer.

Olympic Theater Garden (Odeon in case of bad weather) in Corso Palladio

The Teatro Olimpico constitutes the last work of architect Andrea Palladio and is considered one of his greatest masterpieces. The theater was opened on March 3, 1585. Palladio’s project reconstructs the Roman theater with archaeological precision based on careful study of Vitruvius’ text and the ruins of ancient theater complexes. Entrance to the theater is through a garden accessible from Matteotti Square.

Other wedding locations Vicenza

Zodiac Hall at the Chiericati Palace in Matteotti Square

Renaissance building designed in 1550 as a noble residence for the Chiericati counts by architect Palladio

Valmarana Braga Palace

Commissioned in 1565 at the behest of Isabella Nogarole in memory of her late husband Giovanni Alvise Valmarana, it stands on an area owned by the Valmarana family since 1483, extending from Corso Fogazzaro to the Church of San Giacomo.

Villa Guiccioli Auditorium – Museum of the Risorgimento and Resistance

The Vicenza wedding venue, dating from the late 1700s, is located on Ambellicopoli Hill named after the Venetian Master Mint owner, of Greek descent, Marino Ambellicopli.

Villa Valmarana Ai Nani

It has several spaces, from the building to the guesthouse. The garden decorated with rose gardens is also ideal for large outdoor parties.

Villa Ghislanzoni Curti

The location, immersed in a centuries-old park of more than 30,000 square meters, is a historic mansion dating back to the 18th century, part of a large and articulated architectural complex, of which Villa Gazzotti Marcello, designed and built by the celebrated architect Andrea Palladio, is also a part.

More useful information on the City of Vicenza website.

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