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Nuovo Teatro Verdi

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Viale Giuseppe Verdi 45, 51016, Montecatini Terme Italy
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Valdinievole and Lucca Tour with Funicular Ride in Montecatini
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Valdinievole and Lucca Tour with Funicular Ride in Montecatini

Don’t mIss the chance to visit the Valdinievole valley, with expert local driver-guide. If you are wine &amp; food lovers this is the right experince for you. Visiting Lucca means discovering the birthplace of the composer Giacomo Puccini, travelling through the signs of time, through history and art, from the Roman period to the Middle Ages, <br>Then we will drive to Montecatini to take the ancient Italian funicular that will arrive, through a breathtaking landscape, to the medieval village of Montecatini Alto ( Hight).<br>In the afternoon we will drive in the country to visit a beautiful small winery Farm, where you will taste the best wines of our Region:<br>Wine tasting:<br>Extra Olive Oil tasting<br>Balsamic Vinegar tasting<br>Truffle Oilive Oil tasting<br><br>(The funicular opens a week before Easter and closes on October 31st)
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openvision wrote a review Dec 2015
West Vancouver, Canada196 contributions59 helpful votes
A theatre bearing the Verdi name on the street of the same name ought to be something special. Unfortunately, it was not - at least on the night that we visited. We went to a musical with the title of Sword in the Stone. It turned out to be quite amateurish. The routine was shy of professional standard. The place was so empty that I felt sorry for the performers. There were less than 30 people in this big space. We left at intermission.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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