Villa Alessandri Donadelli overlooks a large park surrounded by walls, with its original elliptical shape, solemn in its access due to the pillars of the gate on which there are pinnacles made of red bricks.
It is a typical example of a Venetian villa, an architecture of the 17th / 18th centuries. The building was home, during the Wars of Independence, for Vittorio Emanuele II and was donated by the counts Alessandri to the hospitals of Verona.
Of artistic interest are the barns, not as tall as the building, with an arch-punctuated facade, once closed by grates, now with large bright windows.
The interior is a large rectangular space at one side, and elliptical at the other side, covered with a gable roof, supported by large brick pillars.
The villa is the ideal place for events of various kinds, such as ceremonies, conferences, gala dinners and fashion shows. The collaboration with the catering “Burro e salvia” makes every event unique and unforgettable.
Villa Alessandri is located in Dossobuono, five kilometers far from Verona and the motorway exit Verona Sud (A4), thirty kilometers far from Mantova and twenty kilometers far from the Lake Garda.