The best wedding villas in Padova
If you love culture and art, a wedding in Padova will be like a dream come true. There are so many luxury spots in both the city and its province, you’ll be spoilt for choice. I hope my advice will help you find the right villa to celebrate the most important day of your life.
Villa Ca’ Marcello is one of the most beautiful examples of Palladian Veneto villa. Built in the first half of XVI century by the Venetian Marcello family, it was then furnished and decorated in XIIX century with frescoes, precious furniture and distinctive paintings in stucco.
It’s surrounded by a more than 9-hectar large elegant historical garden and crossed by fascinating centuries-old trees, statues and floral arrangements.
Located in Piombino Dese, around 30km from Padova and easy to reach from Treviso too, Villa Ca’ Marcello can host your reception in the large hall on the first floor or the in the beautiful ballroom on the piano nobile.
Otherwise, why don’t you celebrate your civil wedding in the historical park in the shade of the secular trees?
Villa Valmarana is an architectural work facing Riviera del Brenta. The Barchessa outhouse is monumental for its wide souble-column porch, which shows its origins as a governmental representation.
The rooms were restored to their former glory, enhanced by the frescoes of the Tiepolo school and tastefully decorated. The park on the back of the building allows for organising your most beautiful day in the best way possible, while enriching your arrival thanks to the exclusive docking, for an entrance in style!
Located in Mira and easy to reach from both Padova and Venice, Villa Valmarana can be considered one of the most ideal locations for your outdoor summer reception.
If you’re looking for a truly unique villa for your wedding in Padova, you can stop in Cà Conti. Monumental V-century building, it was originally a Benedictine monastery, then the Conti family’s hunting lodge, and in conclusion the marquises Rusconi Camerini’s residence.
The villa is composed of different, wide and very lighted spaces, among which the romantic orangery stands out. Nowadays, it is a modern reception hall that can host copious receptions.
Surrounded by a formal garden cared for in every detail, it’s ideal for a welcoming buffet or an outdoor reception during the summer. In the front part of the garden, the Barchessa outhouse acts as a frame for Villa Cà Conti.
Not only is it just a wedding location in Padova, it’s also considered a true cultural symbol of the area: if you choose Villa Cà Conti, you’ll get married in an extraordinary atmosphere.