Discover Ca'Rezzonico in Venice, Italy
During this experience you will see a unique and wonderful palace on the grand canal with magnificent rooms inside with frescoes by Tiepolo, Guarana and paintings by Guardi, Longhi and Canaletto. The palace which houses the Museum of the 18th century was built at the behest of the Bon family, one of the old noble families of the town. Halfway through the 17th century, Filippo Bon commissioned the building from the most famous architect of his time, Baldassare Longhena, who also built Ca’ Pesaro and the basilica of La Salute. The staircase alongside the café leads to the Browning Mezzanine, with works by artists such as Jacopo Tintoretto and Bonifacio de’ Pitati. Stepping inside, you will see wonderful Tiepolo’s frescos, Longhi and Guardi paintings and beautiful objects of the 18th century like porcelain tea and coffee cups and much more.
- museum tour
- A guide
- Entrance fee
Friday, Saturday, Sunday.