Villa Campolieto Reviews
Siamo stati qui per uno spettacolo teatrale itinerante organizzato da una compagnia, Karma, nella giornata di domenica. La Villa è molto bella, contiene ancora degli affreschi e degli stucchi riguarde... more »We stayed here for a traveling theatrical show organized by a company, Karma, on Sunday. The Villa is very beautiful, it still contains frescoes and stucco and the outdoor spaces are well maintained. Too bad it is almost totally stripped of furniture; I therefore recommend visiting events that can enhance it
E' destinata per lo più a concerti e rappresentazioni teatrali estive all'aperto. Ci sarò stato almeno una cinquantina di volte. Musicisti sconosciuti ai più ad artisti super famosi. E nessun concerto... more »It is mostly intended for concerts and outdoor summer theatre performances. I've been there at least 50 times. Musicians unknown to most to super famous artists. And no concert or show ever ended without the enthusiastic appreciation of those who had just walked the stage. Elsewhere there would be a queue to visit her. We enjoy it in small siches, between notes. but even in the silence of some morning of any day is a small treasure that is worth a visit.
TL;DR Huge potential, but right now total rip off. Maybe for Italians this place can be wonderful and really joyfully. Foreigners in my opinion are not welcome here. Really helpful and cheerful, but none English speaking staff. It's sad that "Arte Card" don't work here either. From outside you will be thinking that this place is luxurious and well-preserved in comparison to surrounding. This is big mistake. On the ground floor you have nothing special. You will find a neglected garden and fountain. Little bit further, there are plenty of empty spaces inside of the villa. On the right side of the hall there are some other small neglected gardens. First experience was pretty awful. The only hope was higher levels and we spent 15 min looking for way to go there (behind small doors there is an elevator). On the first floor again there was almost nothing. Empty spaces, no signs, no informations. Only paintings on celling (pretty awesome) and few furnitures with some arts. We go even higher, but on second floor there are only offices. I really like the paintings and all building decorations. In my opinion this place has huge potential, but right now it's not worth such money.
Very beautiful building. After total reconstruction.
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