In Montecatini Terme, the atmosphere of the Belle Époque can be most felt in the Terme del Tettuccio, a “thermal temple” created in 1916 by Ugo Giovannozzi, who wanted to evoke the charm of the ancient Roman baths through colonnades, courtyards, podiums and elaborate fountains. The same ambiance is also found in Terme Tamerici, a typical expression of eclecticism from the period when the Tuscan Renaissance, Venetian Moorish and Neo-medieval were combined. It can be seen on the facade of the Kursaal, created in 1907 as a "temple of opera, operetta and worldliness", it also housed a casino and a large ballroom.
Palazzo Comunale of Montecatini is home to Mo.C.A, a museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art, now situated in the spaces once used by the postal service and decorated by Galileo Chini. It features works by masters of the twentieth century, including Orfeo Tamburi, Sergio Scatizzi, Salvatore Fiume and Pietro Annigoni. Joan Mirò is also present in the collection, with the large canvas entitled ‘Donna avvolta in un volo di uccello’.