Villa Arnò, owned by the Arnò family and heirs, is one of the jewels ofnineteenth-century architecture of Reggio Emilia, a complex of great value embellished by a vast one historic English park and a well-kept garden. Located in Albinea (Reggio Emilia), at the foot of the gentle preappenninic hills, it offers the charm of a unique place where you can savor the magic of silence and rediscover the contact with nature, history and art.
Historic home where time seems to stand still, ideal choice for weddings, cultural events, business or private, team building o movie sets.
Garden and park are open to visits by reservation.
The architectural and landscape complex of Villa Arnò dates back to the second half of early nineteenth century, on a project attributed to Pio Casoli (1848-1885). More than a reference to the formal repertoire of 16th century Venetian architecture, the composition refers to the picturesque taste of romanticism that developed in England from the second half of the eighteenth century. The villa remains the main element of the complex but, unlike the mentioned Palladian model, it is no longer the center of a large architectural composition.