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Palazzo Seneca
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Palazzo Seneca

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Palazzo Seneca (Umbria)

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Vincenzo and Federico Bianconi
“Charm, elegance and design in the region of the black truffle”
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Norcia, the town of St. Benedict, nestling in the National Park of the Sibillini Mountains, is the Italian capital of the black truffle. The Palazzo Seneca tells the story of this region from the 16th century onwards, and the Bianconi family can look back on a glorious, more than 160 year-old tradition of hospitality. The best Umbrian artisans worked on the detailed refurbishing of the property and used unique materials and decorative objects to create perfect harmony between colours and lights, tradition and design. The fragrances of the herb garden and the quality of the local products delight in the restaurant Vespasia.
Palazzo Seneca

Unique in the world: The palazzo seneca tells the story of this region from the 16th century onwards, and the Bianconi family can look back on a glorious, more than 160 year-old tradition of hospitality.

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John S. Very nice hotel in a unique part of Italy. I was not as impressed as I expected to be by the restaurant for dinner, but our pre- ...
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A home in an Umbrian Palace: this is the atmosphere of this fifty year-old charming property in Norcia, in the heart of the most secret part of Umbria. A fusion between design and tradition, between simplicity and quality is the recipe of this elegant project steered by Vincenzo and Federico Bianconi, the latest generation of a family that has been celebrating hospitality and catering in Italy since 1850. The skilful restoration and search for unique materials and objects, combined with the know-how of the most renowned Umbrian craftsmen, today make the Palazzo Seneca a unique destination, where the watchwords are harmony and sense of place.'

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