Montecatini Terme, located a few kilometers from some of the major Tuscan cities of art and the two main regional airports, owes its fame to the therapeutic properties of its waters, for the refinement of the buildings and for the architectural heritage built around the springs.
The perfect combination of wellness and health, Montecatini is a prestigious destination for all those looking for regenerating holidays, high-quality hospitality, opportunities for fun, sports, shopping and relaxation.
The 1800s saw an infinite number of kings and queens, politicians and businessmen, actors and dancers, cardinals and Presidents of the Republic walking on the Viale dei Bagni in Montecatini. Among the well-known names is Giuseppe Verdi, who often stayed in this area.
In 2021, Montecatini became part of the UNESCO World Heritage list as one of the Great Spa Towns of Europe. The transnational serial site "The Great Spa Towns of Europe" includes an inseparable group of 11 cities located in 7 European countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom), considered by UNESCO as the most representative sites of noted European thermal activity, from the 1700s until the 1930s.