In a Treviso on the border of his soul medieval and Renaissance, in a street of the center, where among the old and high walls of the '200 and the sixteenth-century walls and massive lower, still exists, is shown spaced fences and other fortifications, which gave rise to the name of Via Stangade, is the sixteenth-century palace of the merchant Treviso Joan Raspanti from Saon, art lover and gracious host.
The October 18, 1542 the painter Lorenzo Lotto, fled to Venice in search of a new serenity, asked for hospitality at the home of Joan of Saon, to whom and to whose family the Lot will be emotionally attached so much to do the building Raspanti his home for well three years.
Who still wants to learn the lesson of Lot will Treviso and the sixteenth-century palace Raspanti as gentle return to an idyll in history, thanks to the ancient Tarvisium serene beauty and proximity to the splendors of Venice.
The bed and breakfast "Palazzo Raspanti" offers two large bedrooms and an attic suite, each equipped with facilities, a large hall for breakfast, relaxing, reading and conversation and a private parking.
The Palazzo is just a few steps from the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Porta Carlo Alberto, Port St. Thomas, Piazza del Grano, the historic location of the city market; few minutes from the central Piazza dei Signori and the Museums Ca'dei Carrara and Santa Caterina.
The train station is within walking distance; The airports of Treviso and Venice airports are between 15 and 30 minutes.
It is offering free Wi-Fi, free parking, the B & B Palazzo Raspanti located in the center of Treviso and offers elegant rooms located in a building of the XVI century, former residence of the Renaissance painter Lorenzo Lotto.
Located on the 3rd floor of a historic building without elevator, all the rooms at the bed and breakfast are smoke free, air-conditioned rooms with wood floors, LCD TV and private bathroom.
Each day guests can enjoy a breakfast of sweet specialties, such as cakes and pastries, and hot drinks.