Art, business and nature:
these are the access keywords of boutiques Pot-Pourrì.
Venice, art city par-excellence, preserves one of the city’s most secret hideouts for Pot-Pourrì.
A romantic weekend, an individual journey to fulfill a wish, a vacation with friends: head for Saint Mark’s, the pulsating heart of Venice, with its Square, Basilica, Ducal Palace, and vivacious commercial streets, such as Calle XXII Marzo, Le Mercerie and the charming back alleys located between canals and city streets. This is a vibrant district, where you will be moved by sights of the majestic Saint Mark’s Square and where you will enjoy strolling along the windows of shops that feature prestigious designer wear all the way to the royal and ancient part of Venice, where time seems to be standing still…
Spinea is a lively, young town on the Venetian mainland surrounded by green fields with little roads that evoke the ancient peasant spirit of the Roman period.
Near the main highway byway and a new station to bring you to Venice in just a few minutes, Spinea sits along the lively via Roma, whose many side streets lead to quiet and elegant residential neighborhoods.
A few hundred meters before the City Hall, in the one-hundred-year-old Graspo de Ua cheese factory in Spinea, the new boutique, Pot-Pourrì, is in a charming, carefully renovated environment that adheres to the same aesthetic and sensory philosophy as the previous sales points.
Asolo – new opening
Asolo, the smallest Pot-Pourrì boutique is set among gently-sloped hills, featuring breathtaking views, towers and castles.
Asolo – a city beloved by Carducci, who defined it as “the city of one thousand horizons” for its various views and landscapes – is an ideal place to take a stroll along the old city walls and landmarks that lead to Piazza Garibaldi, and on to the Tower and the Castle, former residence of Caterina Cornaro; continue on to Piazza D’Annunzio to see more palazzos and noble residences, like Eleonora Duse’s home, streets lined with porticos, Gothic and Baroque palaces and old Romanesque churches: absolutely not to be missed. Asolo’s Pot-Pourrì NEW boutique is located in Piazza Gabriele D’Annunzio inside the walls in a charming location surrounded by open markets, crafts and antiques shops, set at the foot of the Castle of Asolo, in the heart of the hill country.