La Terrazza sul Duomo, a three bedroom B&B, is hosted by Carlotta Campari-Fanti in her family residence. The 17th century building has been in the Campari family for over 200 years. In 1960, after her father Dr. Enrico Fanti married Anna-Piera Campari, the house was remodeled by the well-known architect Guido Canali.
In the 60s and 70s the house was at the center of Parma’s artistic world.
Dr. Fanti, was intimately associated with the Teatro Regio, and after performances artists would gather at “Casa Campari-Fanti for late dinners and to socialize. Famous guests came from all the performing arts and included; ballet dancers Rudolf Nureyev and Carla Fracci; conductors Lorin Maazel and Claudio Abbado; opera singers Josè Carreras, Carlo Bergonzi, Renato Bruson, Katia Ricciarelli, Raina Kabaivanska, and Alfredo Kraus; movie director Bernardo Bertolucci, who even shot a scene of his film “The tragedy of a ridiculous man” from the house terrace, was a dinner guest with Anouk Aimée and the cinematographer Carlo Di Palma.
The decor of the house retains those memories of its guests even today; paintings, sculptures and books crowd every available space. You can easily sense its colorful history. The large three double bedrooms, themed by furniture, color and art, add to the ambiance of La Terrazza sul Duomo.
Opening: All year long
Main equipments: Internet point | Air conditioning
Number of rooms: 3
Number of beds: 6
Number of bathrooms: 3