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Situated between the towns of Cadenabbia and Tremezzo, Villa Carlotta is a 17-acre estate facing out towards Lake Como and Bellagio. Originally built by Giorgio Clerici in 1690, the villa was then brought by Giambattista Sommariva at the beginning of the 18th century who, using his amassed wealth, created a museum to house various masterpieces including The Last Adieu of Romeo and Juliet by Hayez. The Villa was then sold to Princess Marianne of Nassau in 1843, who gifted it to her daughter Carlotta for a wedding present, hence the name Villa Carlotta. The Ente Villa Carlotta was set up by royal decree in 1927 to maintain the villa, and is still responsible today for its upkeep.

Nowadays, visitors flock to admire the collection of artwork, sculptures and statues present throughout the villa and gardens where you can walk beneath century old cedars, see tropical plants, and stroll though the old romantic garden, all set beside the beautiful backdrop of Lake Como.

 

Opening hours: Mid March to mid November, 9am - 7.30pm.

Prices: €9 per adult / €7 for senior citizens over 65 years / €5 for students/ Free for children under 6 (please take a passport as proof of ID)

*Prices and opening hours may be subject to change.

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Villa Carlotta

Situated between the towns of Cadenabbia and Tremezzo, Villa Carlotta is a 17-acre estate facing out towards Lake Como and Bellagio. Originally built by Giorgio Clerici in 1690, the villa was then brought by Giambattista Sommariva at the beginning of the 18th century who, using his amassed wealth, created a museum to house various masterpieces including The Last Adieu of Romeo and Juliet by Hayez. The Villa was then sold to Princess Marianne of Nassau in 1843, who gifted it to her daughter Carlotta for a wedding present, hence the name Villa Carlotta. The Ente Villa Carlotta was set up by royal decree in 1927 to maintain the villa, and is still responsible today for its upkeep.

Nowadays, visitors flock to admire the collection of artwork, sculptures and statues present throughout the villa and gardens where you can walk beneath century old cedars, see tropical plants, and stroll though the old romantic garden, all set beside the beautiful backdrop of Lake Como.

 

Opening hours: Mid March to mid November, 9am - 7.30pm.

Prices: €9 per adult / €7 for senior citizens over 65 years / €5 for students/ Free for children under 6 (please take a passport as proof of ID)

*Prices and opening hours may be subject to change.

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