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Palazzo Torri

Hospitality and receptions in Franciacorta
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Palazzo Torri is a private, elegant and exclusive historic residence, immersed in the vineyards of Franciacorta and a short distance from Lake Iseo.

It has refined frescoed rooms and furnished for wedding receptions and prestigious private events. The rooms overlook an open gallery and ample and hospitable internal courtyards, completed by an ancient stable and an orchard with nymphaeum.

There are large outdoor spaces: lawns, flower gardens, avenues, vineyards, tree-lined cliffs and parking area.
Maximum capacity 180 seats inside the halls, 240 with the loggia. It is also possible to equip the large court with tensile structures and gazebos.
Palazzo Torri has ASL authorization for food and wine activities and uses qualified catering.

Palazzo Torri also offers hospitality and stays: it is possible to rent rooms, apartments and the entire building for holidays or longer periods.

On the ground floor there are furnished and frescoed halls, kitchens, service areas and outdoor spaces. On the first floor the "Gallery" overlooked by the luxurious bedrooms with bathrooms, living areas and the independent apartment in the east wing. Bedroom with bathroom also Mezzanine.

Charm, elegance and privacy make Palazzo Torri a unique residence, rich in history and culture, where you can combine private events and overnight stays.

The history of Palazzo Torri

Between the morainic hills of Lake Iseo and the verdant vineyards of Franciacorta stands majestic Palazzo Torri, a splendid seventeenth-century fortified noble villa, built by the Federici della Corte on the site of an older sixteenth-century military garrison, renovated in the eighteenth century by the Peroni of Brescia with Baroque furnishings and decorations to be a "delight villa" and finally enriched and enlarged by the Towers at the end of the nineteenth century.

Paolina Calegari and Alessandro TORRI assigned it as a "cultural cenacle" frequented by illustrious guests, where parties, meetings, debates and cultural initiatives were held. Participants include writers and poets such as Carducci and Fogazzaro, painters and sculptors such as Michetti, Salvetti, Lenbach, Habermann, Ramazzotti and Trentacoste, composers and musicians such as Chimeri and Adele Bignami and Luigi Mazzucchelli, men of Church and State as the bishop Geremia Bonomelli and the Minister Giusepp