Villa Lattuada is an elegant and romantic historical residence of the late nineteenth century located in heart of Brianza one step away from Milan, Monza, Como, Lecco, Bergamo. It is surrounded by a vast landscaped park of approx. 80.000mq with an enchanting view of the Lombard Pre-Alps, the Grigne and the Resegone. In the bright inner rooms and in the secular park, rich in monumental trees and numerous botanical varieties, hosts events, weddings, photographic and cinematographic services, gala dinners and conventions.
Today, as then, the Villa appears as a vision, with an important but light aspect, suspended between earth and sky, between reality and dream.
Villa Lattuada is a masterpiece of Lombard eclecticism. Built between the 1883 and the 1885, at the behest of the Lattuada family, as a romantic place to welcome guests and guests in their numerous receptions. Among these a frequent Friend, the King of Italy Umberto I of Savoy. The work was entrusted to Antonio Tagliaferri, famous Brescian architect and virtuoso painter and watercolorist.
Rises in location "Quattro Valli": very ancient place, full of history and rich in panoramic views. The building was built on the ruins of a pre-existing Dominican convent of San Giacomo adapted to the new taste of the time, but as a new work. The compositional autonomy, the expressive and artistic authenticity, the language distinguished from the Brianza dwellings of the time, suggests a magical understanding between the architect and his client. The Villa appears today as the unexpected and clear image of a majestic and isolated castle, guarding a quiet Lombard landscape.
Villa Lattuada is an ideal place for those who want to celebrate an unforgettable event. The bright interior rooms, the romantic park, the elegant appearance of the private residence, the professionalism aimed at the best success of every type of event, make the villa a unique place.
Inside Villa Lattuada they can be celebrated Civil marriages with legal value.
Prices for events, (starting from): € 4.500,0