Places of Interests 
Fascinating Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme, the great Italian and Tuscan spa, is a landscape town, a "garden spa", with greenery blending seamlessly with urban elements and thermal structures, crowned at the top by the medieval village of Montecatini Alto, reachable by the funicular railway. Relaxing walking paths through nature, therapeutic thermal treatments, thermal buildings, shops and entertainment are just some of the main features, in a town that illustrates a Golden era, still alive within its atmosphere.

1. Tettuccio Thermal Complex

This magnificent historic building overlooks Viale Verdi, the main green promenade of the city.

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2. Regina Thermal Baths

This travertine thermal complex designed by Ugo Giovannozzi is set in the Tettuccio park and takes its name from the thermal spring.

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3. Leopoldine Thermal Baths

Also located on the Viale Verdi, a renovation project has been underway since 2008.

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4. Tamerici Thermal Baths

This building, located in the “Pineta” park, houses a set of stunning polychrome ceramics by Galileo Chini.

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5. Torretta Thermal Baths

This building takes its name from its tower, with crenellations and pointed arches. Today it is in need of restoration works.

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6. La Salute Thermal Baths

La salute (health) was named after the curative drinking water, still used today for hydroponic therapy.

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7. Excelsior Thermal Baths

Located in Viale Verdi, it was originally meant to host the Casinò. Now it provides several medical treatments.

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8. Redi Thermal Baths

The building was renovated in 2009 and now offers special treatments such as bath therapy and mud treatments.

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9. Kursaal

The Kursaal dates back to 1907 and today is used as a new commercial complex.

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10. Tennis Torretta

This sports complex, between the Tettuccio and Torretta thermal baths, offers four tennis clay courts.

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11. Gambrinus Lodge

The travertine lodge with a rooftop terrace was famous for hosting many events and for the Gambrinus cafè.

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12. Palazzina Regia

Originally the summer residence for the family Hapsburg-Lorena, it's now the Montecatini Terme SPA Association’s office.

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13. “Pineta” Public Park

This is the main park of the city with many walkways and paths, next to the Torretta and Tamerici thermal baths.

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14. Viale Verdi

This main boulevard ends in front of the Tettuccio façade and it is a focal point on the slope of Montecatini Alto.

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15. Montecatini Alto

The medieval village, with its castle, is reachable by the funicular railway but also by paths through the natural landscape.

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16. Funicular Railway

Built in 1898 the funicular railway is used to reach Montecatini Alto.  Two distinctive red carriages, named Gigio and Gigia carry visitors up and down the hill through a fine agrarian landscape.

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17. Montecatini Railway Station

Inaugurated in 1853, it's now one of the main connections on the Viareggio-Firenze railway line.

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18. Dino Scalabrino Academy of Art

The academy is being restored in order to open as a museum.

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