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Impressive art deco styled architecture. The waters taste disgusting but loved visiting the building especially between 4-6 when there is band playing old time music with folks dancing. Well worth the 6 euros to get in and see the architecture.
Terme Terrtucio is fabulous ! It's 6 euro entry to view the building and grounds . It's well worth it .a wonderful morning spent wandering around.
In addition , I would highly recommend the opera evening ( you must prebook,) it's held in side building...More
Impressive building, architecture and sculptures. The spa was beautiful to look at, but the waters not that impressive... in fact not sure what I expected really apart from perhaps an actual spa to swim in... this wasn’t like that. You could drink/taste the waters... incidentally...More
I should start by saying that this used to be our favorite place and we came back here every year for the past 5 years. So, all the nice reviews on this page used to be true. Until this year Terme Tetuccio employed a shockingly...More
This building of thermal baths is unique. It's the best quality of the architecture from the beginning of the 20th century. There is an open inner yard with very impressive mosaic works. The athmosphere just takes you away from daily sorrows. My sincerest recommendations! There...More
This building and surrounding area is very impressive. There is a natural spa here but note that you can only drink the water, not bathe. I would still recommend going and paying the €6 entrance though because the building is absolutely stunning with some good...More
Tuscany is known for its thermal spas. The most famous of them is Montecatini Terme. It is a beautiful small town that was built around springs. The mineral water spring is considered to help people with healt trouble. You can enjoy the old time grandeur...More
The Roman buildings are stunning as are the Frescos. The actual spring water is only available for a few hours in the morning and in the late afternoon. There are no pools in which to bathe. The entrance ticket allows you to come back in...More
We went for the afternoon waters. We asked at the ticket office about procedures and was told by surly staff that the waters were available from 4 p.m. We were not told only one of the five waters would be available. We discovered asking another...More
I loved this place and even made a return visit during a ten day visit.The place is so peaceful, no one hassles you and there is always somewhere to sit in the shade to read etc.Sadly the building does need some restoration which I hope...More