Some places are ideal for relaxing the mind. Places where it is easier to just think and breathe. Villa San Liberale is one such place. From the hustle and bustle of everyday life, on the edge of the Dolomites, this area has been chosen by many eminent families as the site for their elegant, country residences.
These stately homes have, over the years, become a refuge for major figures in the Italian cultural, political and economic scenes.
It is no coincidence that for many years Villa San Liberale was the destination of choice for Arnaldo Fusinato, the Vicenza-born poet and patriot who stayed here for a long time.
During their summer residences, Fusinato would welcome notable guests such as Giosuè Carducci.
Erminia Fuà also stayed here, a poet who was responsible for the posthumous publication of the works of Ippolite Nievo, whose manuscripts and personal effects she stored in the rooms of the Villa.