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THE BAGNI OF TUSCANY – why does no one mention the smell?
The last day of Tuscany was reserved for a visit to Bagni San Filippo, thermal water and a lovely drive trough Tuscany. It was a Therme di Saturnia replacement, so very acclaimed everywhere online. Also, I had a first hand recommendation for those, assuring me it was healing hot water and one should just lay in it open a bottle of wine and enjoy the utility of nature, all for free. It had to be great. On our way we went to see La Foce. But, we didn’t. Do the web check up for open hours! The view was still magnificent. Anyhow, we ended up in Bagni San Filippo. While we were approaching the place, something started to smell funny. As we went closer, the smell got really intense. It smelled like sulphur, i guess. Heads up, the Bagni are really nice, the water is really warm, but it is real thermal water and the smell is real. We did not bathe in those waters. A lot of other people did. Still, I would say it was worth the visit. Still, eventually I was so glad i did not book near Terme di Saturnia!Miek
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