A few yards from the Duomo (Cathedral) in the center of Verona, the fifteenth century Palazzo Paletta Dai Prè is the ideal location for your business events.
The main floor occupies over 5000 square feet with frescos by the most important Veronese artists of the eighteenth century and an impressive lounge of nearly 1000 square feet which can cater for 80 guests for a gala dinner, 100 for cocktails or 90 seated for a conference or seminar.
. Whether you are organizing a banquet or fashion show, a conference or business meeting, a wedding with 150 guests or a cocktail party for 250, Palazzo Paletta Dai Prè is the ideal location.
There are many eighteenth century Veronese and Italian masterpieces collected by the historic owner, Pietro Antonio Serpini, and still part of the artistic heritage of Palazzo Paletta dai Prè..
Renovated expertly from 2007-2012, the artistic masterpieces of the building begin with the gateway on via Arcidiacono Pacifico.
Attributed to Domenico da Lugo, the gateway shows the fifteenth century origins of the building. Along the staircase the frescos are by Giambettino Cignaroli and the sculptures are attributed to Lorenzo Muttoni.
The magnificent Salone delle Feste includes a huge canvas depicting “The Sacrifice of Iphigenia” by Pietro Rotari, and monochrome scenes from the Iliad and the Aeneid, with frescos by Giorgio Anselmi completed in 1765. The ceiling fresco is also by Anselmi, depicting “The Triumph of Juno and Athena”, nine meters from the floor.
Since 2000, Verona has been a UNESCO world artistic heritage site, due to its Roman, Medieval and Venetian history.
Shakespeare, of course, made the city famous with Romeo and Juliet, and the city is among the most popular with tourists, alongside Venice, Florence and Rome.VIEW ALL