Travel back in time with the most powerful Family of the Renaissance.
Engaging show travelling through 300 years of History of Florence
Multimedial masterpiece of “infotainment” combining history, tradition and modern technologies
Delicious Tuscan Dinner in a historical Restaurant of the ancient Medicean district
Travel back in time, behind the intrigue of the most powerful Family of the Renaissance.
Share with the last heirs of the Medici dynasty – Gian Gastone and Anna Maria Luisa – and discover through their dialogues, the history of Florence, surrounded by suggestive projections inside the former Convent of Fuligno, house of Clarissan nuns since 1430 and dismissed in the early 19th century. A splendid baroque Church is the performance stage. The complex is famous for the beautiful frescoes of The Last Supper by Renaissance painter Pietro Perugino dating back 1493-1496. A multimedial theater, masterpiece of “infotainment”, that skillfully blends history and traditional customs with modern technology: the Medici Dynasty covers it all from art, love and courtship, to betrayal, conspiracy, war and the papacy; from Lorenzo the Magnificent and the “Signoria”, to Savonarola and his political-religious dictatorship, over 300 years are retold and re-enacted until the writing of the famous “pact”, the act through which Anna Maria Luisa dei Medici left to the city of Florence and all its visitors, the huge and incomparable artistic heritage of the Family. The show honors the memory of this legendary family and its artistic, scientific, cultural and spiritual contributions to society that still resonate today.
After the show, enrich your evening with a delicious Tuscan dinner in a historical restaurant located in the heart of the city center.
This Tour includes: Admission to the show, Tuscan Dinner (4 courses, ½ liter of water, 1 glass of wine)
The Medici Family behind the Scenes: Theatrical Performance
Share with the last heirs of the Medici dynasty – Gian Gastone and Anna Maria Luisa – the evocative space of an ancient library and discover through their dialogues, the history of Florence, surrounded by suggestive projections.
A multimedial theater, masterpiece of “infotainment”, that skillfully blends history and traditional customs with modern technology.Includes