Full of charm and culture, a few kilometers from the main Tuscan cities of art, Montecatini Terme is confirmed as the capital of natural cure and wellness center where you can spend a regenerating holiday.
460,000 square meters of parks, 9 Termhal places, a receptive system of 200 hotels with a long tradition of hospitality offer the opportunity to relax in the most pleasant way.
Shopping opportunities, sports facilities, leisure and entertainment venues, events and festivals where quality music, in the tradition of the city that has hosted green giuseppe, often plays the main role.
Nearby, the Valdinievole offers medieval villages, culture, nature reserves, golf, food and wine, the village of Pinocchio, all in a setting of rolling hills and breathtaking valleys.
Montecatini terme in Tuscany, with the capital Florence, the main historical, artistic and economic-administrative hub, is located in a strategic area to reach and visit other cities such as: Arezzo, Lucca, Pisa, Siena, Pistoia, which was the Italian capital of culture 2017; San Gennaro, a village of Lucca dominated by an extraordinary church full of history that houses the terracotta statue of an angel, of which Professor Petretti of the University of Los Angeles has attributed paternity to the greatest exponent of the Italian Renaissance: Leonardo da Vinci.
The Parco delle Terme is a vast natural area that is a sumptuous setting for the various spas: Tettuccio, Regina, Excelsior, Leopoldine, Salute, Redi, Torretta, all equipped with spacious and welcoming salons for the pool and equipment for recreation and Relax.
For centuries Montecatini Terme is considered a place of regeneration, wellbeing and beauty thanks to the extraordinary gift of water, symbol of the most natural element of wellbeing, which flows from the depths of the subsoil into prestigious establishments.
Among those present, the most impressive is that of the Tettuccio, whose source has become the symbol of Montecatini Terme over time.
MontecatiniMontecatini Alto characteristic medieval village, rich in history, events and culture.
Taking a walk in Montecatini Alto is a pleasure for the eyes and also for the palate; The main square, in fact, is full of restaurants and bars where you can taste a good wine and taste traditional Tuscan recipes.
A delightful way to get to the top is the Funicular. Inaugurated in 1898, it is a mechanical connection, fast and direct, between the ancient medieval village and the Città delle Terme. The two red trains, Gigio and Gigia, towed by a single steel cable, transported famous people and other visitors who, especially in the summer period, went up to walk in the cool of the tree-lined avenues and enjoy the enchanting panorama of the valley.