Splendid rooms with vaults set on stone columns, ancient suits of armour, exquisite floors and beautiful furnishings. Steeped in Lombard-Veneto history, this elegant fourteenth-century palazzo was renovated by none other than Bramante. In one of the most beautiful squares in Italy, the eighteenth-century Taverna del Colleoni is named after the famous Bergamo-born condottiero. A harmonious concordance of architecture and ancient recipes that enthralled even the great Le Corbusier and attracted intellectuals and the cultured elite.
Piazza Vecchia 7, 24129 Bergamo (BG)
- Pierangelo Cornaro - Licensee
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