CHIETI – Following the success of the first edition, “Teate Rivive Emozionando” returns to Chieti with three exclusive events to discover the city’s historical, artistic and cultural riches. The Deputy Mayor of Chieti Municipality attended the presentation press conference at the Costantino Barbella Museum of Art Paolo De Cesarethe Councilor for Trade Manual pantsthe leader of the Confesercenti Chieti Maria Lilia ToschiVice-President of the Chieti-Pescara Chamber of Commerce Lido Legninithe President of the Confesercenti Chieti Marina de Marcothe guide and contact person Musa Maria Di Ioriothe Head of Communications for Virtual Hosting Gianluca Di Nino and represents the graduate academy Giuliano Mazzoccante, Yuri Sablone.

The first event is on June 25 with the itinerary dedicated to the Roman baths. The second is on July 2 with a journey to discover the temples of the Acropolis Civitella, the cave of the goddess Rapino, the forum, the domus, the baths, the theater and the amphitheater. The third itinerary is scheduled for July 9 with a visit to the National Archaeological Museum of Abruzzo in Villa Frigerj, a precious jewel that stands in the gardens of Villa Comunale of Chieti.

“It is a really worthy project for the promotion of tourism of the area and the improvement of its cultural heritage – said Deputy Mayor Paolo De Cesare – we are pleased to have presented it to the Milan International Tourism Exchange. The initiative is a valuable opportunity for the city, and as administrators we want to be there and we will do our part ”.

Teate Rivive Emozionando, which in the first edition counted three hundred participants in five events, is a project conceived by the provincial Confesercenti in Chieti with the aim of discovering the Theatian territory rich in art and culture in collaboration with Riviera del Sole, Virtual Hosting srl , The municipality of Chieti and with contributions from the Chieti Pescara Chamber of Commerce.

“With this project – explained Lido Legnini, Director of the Confesercenti Abruzzo and Vice-President of the Chieti-Pescara Chamber of Commerce – we have paved the way for the promotion of tourism in the area. By building the network of relationships needed to go all in the same direction . “

The creation of experiential paths that unite the souls of the city, strengthen the artistic-cultural heritage, the food and wine proposal and shopping, is certainly an opportunity to attract tourists, to discover historical and artistic beauties through guided travel plans, to provide a driving force to promote and improve the whole territory.

All tours take place along an imaginary line that unites the main places of interest in the historic center, and involves the commercial and accommodation activities that are an integral and active part of the whole experience.

Each event includes parking on Via Papa Giovanni XXIII or Piazza Garibaldi, the entrance to the museum (where available), the guided tour, the aperitif dinner, 10% discount to be used in the experience tourism facilities (FederPATE), the TRE cotton shopper, a bottle of Passerina “Valle D’Oro “wine from Cantina Tollo in memory of the experience and the concert organized by the” Music and Art International “Academy by maestro Giuliano Mazzoccante.

“The first three dates of the second edition of Teate Rivive Emozionando are focused on the museum heritage and are complex experiences consisting of several aspects that make visits to the city’s artistic attractions unique -” said the leader of the Confesercenti Chieti, Maria Lilia Toschi. can already announce that in addition to those presented today, there will be other travel plans in the months of July and August “.

“After being sold out of the first edition, we wanted to improve the event from a qualitative point of view – explained Gianluca Di Nino of Virtual Hosting – by, for example, introducing at the end of each tour a concert by Maestro Mazzoccante’s academy and many other tricks that have decorated on the experience paths “.

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