The Basilica Palladiana is the iconic building of Vicenza.
It is a public building facing onto the Piazza dei Signori square. Its name is linked to Andrea Palladio, who redesigned it, adding the famous loggias with serliana openings in white marble to the existing medieval Palazzo della Ragione building.
It has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage properties in 1994.
Between 2007 and 2012 the Basilica was the subject of a complex and articulated intervention of architectural restoration.
The Palladian Basilica is venue for international exhibitions or it opens to the public (loggia, main hall and terrace/roof) for visits from March to September. The bar service (optional drink) opens from April.
It hosts also historical little stores like the Soprana Jewelry and Clocks store, since 1910.
Fee (Exhibitions not included).
Entrance Fee for monument visits (full) €4 per person.