Let's start at the Roman amphitheater of Fiesole, which dates to the first century and is surrounded by the remains of thermal bath structures and religious buildings. It has the typical plan of a Greek theater, leaning on a rocky slope and with a semicircular shape.
On the stage of this historic structure, the summer festival “Estate Fiesolana” is held every year, highlighting classical music, jazz and cinema.
Equally impressive is the Roman amphitheater that is part of the archeological area of Roselle (Grosseto). Again, the theater dates back to the first century A.D., but unlike the amphitheater in Fiesole, the building has an elliptical shape and it is substantially smaller. When the weather is warm, the amphitheater is the stage of the event “Estate Rosellana”. The excellent acoustics of the theater make dance and prose performances unforgettable! Often, the performances take place at sunset, when everything becomes even more magical.