Castello di Thiene

Castello di Thiene

Thiene - Vicenza

Surrounded by walls and immersed in a park of 12,000 mq, the castle of Thiene, is part of a completely urbanized in the heart of the historical center of the homonymous city and it represents the symbol.
The Gothic building found its origins in the XV century, when it was built as a civil residence. The castle is unique because of its architectural characteristics that make it very similar to a Venetian Villa. Architecturally, he found his most accomplished expression in the XVI century with the constructions of Andrea Palladio. Beauties of the structure are certainly the stable and the noble chapel.
Today the castle is open to the public, you can visit the various interior rooms including lounges, finely furnished with period furniture, private rooms and even the bedrooms of the castle where are preserved objects of everyday use, hats, clothes, various accessories. Moreover, you can admire the east wing of the castle with two other boardrooms made at the end of ‘ 700.
You can also stay inside the castle and living the experience to sleep in a castle. You can stay in an ancient and prestigious house that keeps intact furniture and paintings of the period maintaining unaltered its original character. The suites are double up to a maximum of eight beds and can be rented individually or all together by the same family unit or group of friends during the year.
The charm of a medieval castle, the splendor of a noble residence, the privilege of a large park, make the Castello di Thiene a perfect location for events, ceremonies, business meetings and weddings. The structure also offers the possibility to organize educational workshops. For information, bookings, guided tours, events, see the website.




Castello di Thiene

Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, 2, Thiene, VI, Italia


Via Marconi, 30 - Grezzana (Verona) IT


Vicolo B.Cellini 4 - Fiesso d'Artico (VE)

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Via Marco Polo, 1, Noventa di Piave, 30020 VE, Italia

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