Venice Palace 3

There are many hidden away palaces in Venice, not just those on the Grand Canal. Many of these palaces were owned by illustrious families

There are many hidden away palaces in Venice, not just those on the Grand Canal. Many of these palaces were owned by illustrious families.

This palace is situated in the San Polo district, it is tucked away and is literally a hidden gem. It is a 14th century Venetian Gothic palace, not far from the magnificent Frari church.

It was built by a sea captain in the service of the Venetian Republic, he was a hero in the war raged by Chioggia against Genoa.

The ground floor can be used for your welcome cocktail on your arrival and recently sound proofing has been added to it, to allow late night dancing.

It has a lovely garden and courtyard, the rooms are sumptuous and decorated with gorgeous stuccoes by the greatest artists of the period such as Antonio Pellegrini and Jacopo Guarana.

The First Floor “Piano Nobile” of this magnificent Palace is the perfect scenario for private events or corporate events and special dinners.

If you want to discover more about this beautiful palace check our presentation below.

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The Palace is a large building of gothic origin; its facades look onto the street (salisaza) San Stae Canal are characterised by their large Serlian windows
Old-fashioned grandeur at its best, and the approach down the narrow alley gives nothing away
The palace was built around 1550 by the Cubli family, wealthy Greek merchants ,and the architecture is attributed to Jacopo Sansovino, a follower of Michelangelo