Villa di Maser was designed by the architect Andrea Palladio around 1550.
The main floor was completely decorated by Paolo Veronese with nearly 900 square meters of amazing frescoes, one of his most important masterpieces. Alessandro Vittoria realized the stuccos and the sculptures in the garden.
Villa di Maser is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is open to the public all year round.
The Carriages Collection enriches the visitor experience, with a series of vehicles that date back to the XIX and XX Century.
The farmhouse next to the Villa is a welcoming place where visitors can taste Villa di Maser’s wines as well as a selection of local products.