Visit Villa Carlotta, built in 1690, to see a decorated house and botanical garden filled with fine art. Admire views of Lake Como as you wander through the garden among camellias, century-old cedars, a rock garden, rhododendrons, and a bamboo garden. Discover 19th-century sculptures, including pieces by Canova and Thorvaldsen. On the villa's first floor, see Hayez's "The Last Kiss of Romeo and Juliet" painting--one the collection's masterpieces. Princess Marianne of the Netherlands bought this villa for her daughter in the mid-18th century, and the second floor features furniture, pictures, and decorations from that period. The ancient greenhouse is now a cafe. Pick up an audio guides, or ask about guided tours. Arrange to visit Villa Carlotta and other attractions in Tremezzina using our Tremezzina vacation trip planner.
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Villa della fine del 1600 davvero ben conservata. Due sono i piani visitabili, nel primo si possono ammirare capolavori in gesso del Canova e della sua scuola, e dipinti dell'epoca romantica italiana ... more »Villa of the end of 1600 really well preserved. There are two floors can be visited in the first you can admire masterpieces in chalk by Canova and his school, and paintings of the era romantic Italian stories over the years by the owner of the villa Salazar. The upper floor consists of a large Gallery overlooked by the well-appointed rooms, where dwelt Carlotta daughter of Princess Marianne, Prince of Orange who became the property of the villa around the year 1850. Remarkable is also the botanical garden that was definitely bloomed.View original
Prezzo d'ingresso 10 €....Veramente ben spesi, i giardini di Villa Carlotta sono spettacolari, tenuti come fossero un'opera d'arte, ed è possibile ammirare una miriade di specie di piante, alberi, arb... more »Entrance fee 10 € ... Truly well spent, the Villa Carlotta Gardens are spectacular, held as they were a work of art, and is home to a myriad of species of plants, trees, shrubs, reeds, etc. etc.. Super recommended especially if the heat is felt as the plants and grass provides naturally cool that is priceless. Then you can also visit the villa internally, which takes second place compared to the wonders. A MUST SEE!View original
Visitare la villa ma soprattutto il suo ricchissimo giardino botanico in una bella giornata di primavera è una delle esperienze più piacevoli da fare sul lago di Como. more »Visit the villa but especially its rich Botanic Garden on a beautiful spring day is one of the most enjoyable experiences to do on Lake Como.View original
The gardens are absolutely amazing. The villa itself wasn't that interesting, IMO, but I spend hours walking through the enormous trees. The paths often go uphill, so I'd really advice you to go as early as possible if you visit during the hottest months! The park claims to be wheelchair accessible, but you're dealing with a lot of uphill and hard to navigate paths. Parking is difficult and expensive, so you might have to walk a while from your parking space to the Villa. The giftshop has some one-of-a-kind items, but it's mostly touristy and overpriced stuff.
Somewhat overrated, but very accessible historical villa beside Lake Como, with extensive gardens. The villa features itself, it's history, a floor with 19th century period rooms, a floor with contemporary art, and a floor with original art from the villa's heyday. The garden in summer misses the spring flowers it's famous for, and mostly offers a look into the former owners' collecting mania. Rare plant and tree species here may be interesting to specialists.
A beautiful taste of the 18th century. Although on the expensive side I thought it was money well spent as there are many great picture opportunities. Can appeal to the students and you can get in for 5 euros with a valid student card!
Really enjoyed touring the gardens as they were very well kept. The villa itself I didn't find so interesting but gardens were so varied and interesting I still felt it was money well spent.
A large, beautiful garden and stately home. The garden is the draw card really. The house has a few beautiful sculptures and paintings, but is otherwise not dissimilar to other large homes. There is a cafe in the garden which serves reasonably priced food of an ok standard. If it's hot out, it's best to sit outdoors rather than inside. The café is basically a hothouse, so temps inside are unbearable.
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