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Villa Verdi, Sant' Agata

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  • It is my second visit to Sant ' Agata, where time has stopped. All furnishings are original, exactly as he had left them the master. From piano (forerunner of the piano) on which Verdi composed his first works, books, autograph letters by Cavour and Manzoni, the majestic bedroom. Were even transported Hotel bedroom furniture in Milan, (city to which Verdi was inextricably linked) where he died. Striking the visit in the Park of the villa, where fog blends with colors of autumn, making it feel incredibly surreal. I don't give five stars because parking is not near. It is located about 200 meters from the Villa, you have to reach through a narrow road with no pavement. But the visit is worth the trip. Not to be missed.
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  • Nice atmosphere, especially if with fog, and a journey through the history of a great artist. The objects in the House hiding many anecdotes that the leadership has been able to tell precisely. Visit a bit too fast.
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  • To recommend a visit to this place so dear to Maestro: the Guide, very kind, made us discover details and curiosities is at work on the personal life of Verdi. Everything remained crystallised, as it was then. Worth a visit, and it's especially exciting to see the piano on which he composed and the garden in which loved to walk.
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  • Seen from outside, I never cease to be amazed by how Italy has the ability to let things crumble to pieces. You can tell that the building is in real bad shape. The location is not exactly manicured as it should and the signs are sketchy in order to get there. I get the impression that Italy has a really hard time banking on their massive history. Maybe they just take it too much for granted...Decadence, sometimes ignorance.
  • This is a small authentic italian restaurant on around the Eiffel Tower. The streets were quiet as it was a Monday but the restaurant was buzzing with a large party. Very authentic food and staff and thoroughly enjoyed the meal. Their house cocktail of Prosecco with Limoncello was fab!!!
  • I was not allowed to enter the Villa Verdi since there was no English speaking guide, though I drove a lot to visit this place.
  • It was a gorgeous day we left the Organization on site that wonderfully affable, polite and prepared, we did know and appreciate the great master. What most surprised us was knowing who I was without the knowledge of many, a man so great, humble, sensitive, generous and altruistic etc. .. Now we wait for appointments for villa Verdi expected in November. We concluded with a great dinner in a restaurant in the area. A day really rich in beauty and emotion! ☺
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  • Parking is more than two hundred meters from the Villa where you have to walk back along the road that fortunately is not busy. The visit is very attractive and our guide was very friendly and passionate. The House is of course filled with rare objects that belonged to the master, then the garden is lovely and well maintained. Well worth a visit.
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