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Delicious food & Hospitality. On arrival we received a warm welcome and our waitress, the Owner... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2015
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Worth the trip

Very interesting. Beautiful place. This museum is based in a wing of Caruso's enormous holiday... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2015
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2 Apr 2018
“Only one flaw, but important, during our visit at the Museum.”
27 Mar 2017
“This place is not well kept unfortunately”
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The Museum of Enrico Caruso is housed in Villa Bellosguardo, where the tenor lived the last period of his brief yet intense life. He choose this location together with Ada Giachetti, when they were happily in love. "... this hillock - writes Caruso...more
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Via Bellosguardo 54 | Villa Bellosguardo, 50055, Lastra a Signa, Italy
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Among the positive elements of this attraction there is, that it communicates to the visitor the information (counter-intuitive) that the only museum dedicated to the tenor Enrico Caruso in Italy (and indeed throughout Europe) is located in Tuscany. There is just another one in New...More

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Reviewed 27 March 2017

Such a shame that such a beautiful villa is so poorly kept. I did not visit inside the museum. I only visited the house on the outside and the gardens. It is a nice place to visit, but with a rundown feeling. If you don't...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2015

Delicious food & Hospitality. On arrival we received a warm welcome and our waitress, the Owner & The Chef went out of their way to accommodate us.

Thank FortyninerAustralia
Reviewed 11 September 2015

Very interesting. Beautiful place. This museum is based in a wing of Caruso's enormous holiday villa. Alot of atmosphere and ghosts of the past. Interesting exhibits even if you know nothing about the man. Garden as nice but dont expect them to be well maintained....More

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Reviewed 7 October 2012

Beautiful garden, and wheelchair accessible. We had pasta, crostini, good wine, and a tasty dessert.

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