The Querini Stampalia garden was designed by the architect Carlo Scarpa in Venice in the early 1960s and stands out as a true symbol of Venice, representing many aspects of this city where gardens are secret and lie hidden to most visitors.
This large garden reminds us of a branch of the Contarini family, one of the oldest in Venice and the only one that had eight Doges representing the city. The garden changed multiple times over five centuries and still shows traces of its past as well as the wealth of its current plants and flowers at the same time
A very interesting way to discover our Venetian beauty is a visit to the secret gardens of Venice. Orchards and gardens of monasteries and convents were for centuries connected to health and its treatment. The most curious visitors loving nature will find an unusual itinerary off the beaten track.