Built in the last decades of the sixteenth century on the ancient fortress ruins of the town by Cardinal Francesco Pisani, the villa has spacious lounges and conatins frescoes by Paolo Veronese, Giambattists Zelotti, Dario Varotari and Flemish L. Toupet. Over the years it has been a meeting place for intellectuals and Anglo-Americans artists as well as the home for visitors of royal blood. Here stayed the Empress of Germany Victory and the Queen of Sweden: Villa Pisani is surrounded by a large “Italian style” garden built in the mid-nineteenth century, perfected and authentic example of Victorian taste. Designed to be seen from the terraces of the main floor, the garden has a geometric fan arrangement of rare beauty scenic. In addition, a field of romantic English park, the chapel, the theater, the homestead and a neo-Gothic little temple designed by Pietro Selvatico and built by Gradenigo to house the remains of the family.