This splendid Palladian style villa, built in the first half of the 16th century, was enlarged, entirely decorated and furbished in the 18th Century, and is still lived by the Noble Venetian family of Marcello.
Due to the owners passion for the villa, it is renowned for its perfect state of conservation together with its original furnishings, objects d'art and decorations.
Giambattista Crosato released the frescoes cycle in the ballroom on the main floor showing episodes in the life of Alexander the Great on the walls and an Olympus on the ceiling.
Surrounding the villa there is a large and harmonious centuries-old park (9 hectares) with a fish-pond, a dovecote tower and a family chapel.
On the wedding day the gates of Ca' Marcello are open and the couple enter the property along the main alley of the Italian garden, where they can join the guests for a cocktail just in front of the villa.
The elegant garden and park have great corners and sweeping views for your photo shoot, which can be completed in the spectacular rooms of the villa.
For the wedding lunch or dinner you can choose the beautiful main hall at ground floor or the majestic ballroom at the noble floor. Other minor rooms and living rooms are available, as well as a large terrace under the eastern arcaded wing.