Fiuggi is an important Italian thermal center, already known to Michelangelo (1549) who treated the ‘Evil of the Stone’ with the waters and the Pope Boniface VIII.

The city is inserted in a particularly important historical and artistic context and for this reason it is very popular for tourist and congress activities

The territory is very important from a historical point of view, with a religious architecture and works of art of great value

The “Terme di Fiuggi” are very prestigious. The buildings were designed in 1965 by the great architect Luigi Moretti, the same one who designed the Watergate building in Washington during the same time.


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