We’re all going through difficult times, something out-of-the-ordinary that we never experienced before. Even though our little town Marradi, between Tuscany and Romagna, has been covid-free since the beginning of the emergency, it’s been hard. We are now ready to welcome you, our beloved guests in maximum safety by offering a relaxing and calm stay
When you visit Palazzo Torriani you definitely have to taste our special Torta di Marroni, literary marroni chestnuts cake. It’s a traditional recipe of Marradi and the Mugello region, therefore you find quite a few versions. In the town of Marradi we use to make it by using only the marroni chestnuts, while in Palazzuolo
The castagnaccio is a typical cake from Tuscany, but more in general from Italy where chestnuts are part of the local food cultural. Marradi is the town of the Marron Buono di Marradi, a fine and big chestnut’s species. In the past, the castagnaccio cake was a typical Carnival cake, together with frittelle di riso,
Palazzo Torriani is more than 500 years old and after long restoration works, it’s back to its original splendor.In particular the building preserves several artworks by the Chini family and perfect example of Italian Liberty style. Here some of the most precious artworks preserved. The dining room On the first floor there is the most
While September is the month of grape harvest in the Chianti region, October is the month of chestnuts harvest in Marradi and surroundings. Here there is the production of the “Marron buono di Marradi”, renowned all around the world for its quality.
Have a look at the events we organized for this cold November. Chocolate at Palazzo Saturday November 18th the Tuscan master chocolatier Simone de Castro is at Palazzo Torriani to celebrate his birthday and prepares some special confectionery from chocolate. After a quick introduction to cacao’s history, Simone introduces us to the marvelous world of