Villa Balbianello


Guest capacity

от 2 до 150

Official ceremony

Yes

Dining

Yes

Boat access

Yes

Nearest airport

Milan Malpensa – 75 km

Accomodation

да

Villa Balbianello is an amazing estate overlooking Lake Como. It has appeared in a number of films including A Month by the Lake, Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones and Casino Royale.Villa Balbianello one of the most exclusive locations for the wedding (event) celebrations. The villa was built in 1787 on the site of a Franciscan monastery for the Cardinal Angelo Maria Durini. After the cardinal’s death in 1796 Giuseppe Arconati Visconti bought the villa and made improvements to its gardens and the loggia.In the nineteenth century the villa belonged to the Porro-Lambertenghi family.
The writer and patriot Silvio Pellico was a visitor in 1819. By the early twentieth century the buildings had fallen into a state of neglect when an American businessman, Butler Ames, purchased and renovated the villa and its garden. In 1974 it was bought by the explorer Guido Monzino (leader of the first Italian expedition to climb Mount Everest), who filled it with rich collections, including artefacts acquired on his expeditions. Monzino, who died in 1988, left the villa to the Fondo per l’Ambiente Italiano, the National Trust of Italy. Its grounds now form part of the Grandi Giardini Italiani.
If your dream is to have an elegant wedding ceremony in a fairy tail location you need to discover this Villa. A door that looks directly into the lake, an unique landscape design, terraced gardens and such an atmosphere!

from € 2100
  • 2 hour Loggia rent for the simbolic/official ceremony before 18.00
from € 4800
  • 2 hour Loggia rent for the simbolic/official ceremony during the loggia closure to the public
from € 4800
  • 2 hour Loggia rent for the simbolic/official ceremony on saturday

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