- Soak up the Tuscan sun as you imagine what famous residents like Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi (Napoleon's sister) might have done on these grounds
- Chill out in the English-landscaped garden, with its pretty winding paths, panoramic viewpoints and shady groves
- Take a curated walk around the Villa Reale, part of the Grandi Giardini Italiani network, and discover art, flora and buildings dating back to the 17th century
Ah, the grandeur of it all. The Villa Reale of Marlia is a timeless country estate that sits proudly in the foot of the Pizzorne Hills in Tuscany. Over the centuries, it has been the home to illustrious Italian nobles - and even a French one: Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi (Napoleon's sister). It is one of the most important historical homes in Italy.
If walls could talk The Villa Reale of Marlia would tell the best stories ever. This former residence to the rich and elite spans 16 hectares, and with this ticket on your phone you're free to explore it all.
Stroll in the Tuscan sun through refined gardens and spot botanical rarities. Water fountains help complete the sense of elegance. Look for the famous Water and Verzura theaters, where famous violinist Paganini once played for Elisa Baciocchi. He was such a virtuoso that people believed his mother made a deal with the devil.
Take a special walk around the Villa Reale and explore monuments, gardens and refined works of art. The Villa Reale Park also boasts plants, hedges, flower beds and tall trees that have been blooming here since the 17th century!
If you're after a real, living taste of aristocratic Europe, this is it.
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