Wednesday, August 30
COST PER PERSON: EURO 95,00 VAT included
A seated dinner will be organized on Wednesday, August 30th at Villa Viviani for registered participants and accompanying persons.
Due to the logistics of accommodation at Villa Viviani, there could be a restriction in the number of seats available: so, please consider that we will accept bookings on the “first come, first served” basis.
Reservations are possible in the online registration system.
A transfer by private bus will be provided.
Information about both meeting point and time will be communicated on a later stage.
Cancellation received before July 30, 2023 will be refunded entirely. After July 30 no refund will be possible.
Via Gabriele D’Annunzio, 218
Villa Viviani was built in 1200 by Famiglia Tanagli who wanted an “important house” with a splendid view on Santa Maria a Settignano hill. In 1600 the Villa, called also “Belvedere”, passed to the Cerretani family who made important renovation works, in particular the covering of the internal courtyard which became the “Salone delle Feste”.
At the end of 1800 Villa Viviani passed to the Viviani della Robbia family who rented the Villa to the famous writer Mark Twain, where he lived some years with his family and wrote the book “Pudd’nhead Wilson” (Wilson lo zuccone)”.
From 1977 the Villa is used as venue for events and receptions.