The Market of Villa Roberti

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Sunday, Dec 3, 2023 • 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
6 months ago
Villa Roberti
Via Roma, 96, Brugine (PD), Italy
The Market of Villa Roberti

The Market of Villa Roberti

The Market supports and makes known the Villa Roberti.
Since 1977, every first Sunday of the month, in the beautiful setting of Villa Roberti takes place in the beautiful setting of Villa Roberti: chosen by hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of visitors, is characterized by its two "souls", that make it unique in its kind.

Full ticket € 2,50
Reduced ticket € 2.00 (over 65, university students, members Legambiente, FAI, Unpli)
Free admission for children under 12 years

The Market supports and makes known the Villa Roberti.
Thanks: with your ticket, you contribute too!

Discover with us the beautiful frescoes and the furnished rooms of Villa Roberti:
Cost guided tour: € 6
Hours during the Market: 11:00 and 15:00 (about 45 minutes).
Reservation recommended
tel: +39 252 26296 |

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Villa Roberti

Via Roma, 96
Brugine (PD), Veneto, Italy
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