Villa Vogel, originating from a Renaissance tower, was expanded in the Seventeenth Century with the portico, the lodge, and the pavilion. In the Eighteenth Century the chapel was built next to the century portal. Villa Vogel is surrounded by a park of 100,000 square meters where you can admire beautiful trees, such as poplar trees, pines, cypresses, holm oaks and lindens. The Council Room is a welcoming place that still has beautiful frescoes and decorations on the walls. The Limonaia in Villa Vogel is a beautiful and comfortable space fully enclosed by the vast green of the park. This type of structure is very typical of Renaissance villas, originally used as citrus-houses or greenhouse-like buildings used to cultivate and protect exotic plants during winter.