The Legendary Tenor Enrico Caruso and the Hills of Florence
A singular experience at the Museum of Enrico Caruso and the Park of Villa Caruso.
Villa Caruso is a 16th century historic home originally belonging to the Pucci family. The legendary tenor purchased and moved to the property in1906 and lived there until his death in 1921.
The Villa is positioned in an immense park of eight hectares complete with statues of the Baroque period, an Italian garden, and olive groves. It is a gem burrowed among the Florentine hills.
The unique Museum, located inside the villa, consists of an extraordinary collection of memorabilia that offers insight into the life of this exceptional artist with the opportunity to listen to his inimitable and unique voice.
The visit to the Museum and the Park of one of Italy’s most famous celebrities promises to be a veritable and emotional experience.