Thinking of visiting Italy? Perhaps debating on where to stay and what to see? Well it’s fair to say Italy is a land rich with culture, history, art, food and of course style, so deciding where to stay and choosing a hotel can be difficult. Montecatini Terme is a true Tuscan gem.
Historic Thermal Spa Town
Montecatini Terme, as the name suggests is a Spa town and has long been known for it’s ‘healing’ natural waters at least since the time of the Romans. However, there are claims that the waters were used for their healing properties long before.
Rich Cultural History
After a relaxing Spa day how about enjoying the Arts? Montecatini was once a stomping ground for many famous visitors, such as the great composers, Giuseppe Verdi and Giacomo Puccini. The legacies of these iconic men live on, with Teatro Verdi in the heart of Montecatini often showing some of their greatest works.
True Italian Atmosphere
Of course no Italian town is complete without a Piazza and Piazza del Popolo in Montecatini will not disappoint. Edged with Hotels, coffee bars, restaurants and boutique shops, the piazza is the place for culture lovers to sit and enjoy a Cappuccino while soaking up the vibes of true Italian life.
On an evening Montecatini is a hive of activity with many locals enjoying passeggiata, a time for young and old alike to dress up and have an evening walk. Perhaps stopping for a gelato or apperitivo and of course a catch up with friends and family over a meal at one of Montecatini’s many pizzerias and restaurants.
Discover Tuscany From Montecatini Terme
Montecatini Terme has two train stations providing excellent links to Pisa, Florence, Lucca, Viareggio to name just a few places, making it an ideal central point for those wanting to visit other areas of Italy without needing to hire a car.
The list of reasons to Visit Montecatini Terme is endless! Why not come and see for yourself.