In the central Via Stangade in Treviso stands Palazzo Raspanti, an elegant historic residence of the sixteenth century, now open to hospitality as a bed and breakfast.
Palazzo Raspanti History
In a street in the heart of Treviso stands the sixteenth-century palace of the Treviso merchant Joan Raspanti dal Saon. On 18 October 1542 the painter Lorenzo Lotto, who fled from Venice in search of a new serenity, asked for hospitality at the home of Joan del Saon, to whom and to whose family Lotto will be emotionally linked so as to make Palazzo Raspanti his home for well three years.
Palazzo Raspanti welcomes the guest in a delicate return to an idyll in history, in a journey into the serene beauty of ancient Tarvisium and the proximity to the splendors of Venice.
The "Palazzo Raspanti" bed and breakfast offers two elegant large bedrooms and an attic suite, each equipped with services, a large lounge for breakfast, relaxation, reading and conversation and a private internal car park.
The Palace is a few steps from the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Porta San Tommaso, Piazza del Grano, the historic seat of the city market and a few minutes from the central Piazza dei Signori and the Ca'dei Carraresi and Santa Caterina Museums.