SOURCE project coordinator
Phone : + 33 (0)4 73 34 70 71
Mobile Phone : + 33 (0)6 63 04 05 24
Fiuggi is a famous Italian thermal town, originally called Felcia and later Anticoli. Already well known to the Romans, Fiuggi’s water with its diuretic property was used in the treatment of nephrolithiasis by famous historic people, as Pope Boniface VIII and Michelangelo, who described it "the water which breaks the stone". Due to its close and strategic proximity to the cities of Rome and Naples, Fiuggi annually hosts a large flux of tourists in its remarkable hotel facilities and at cultural events and conferences of great importance. The medieval hill town is still a relaxing city on a human scale, which also offers an enchanting natural heritage, the charm of the old town center and a genuine enogastronomic tradition. Each year, there is the
Fiuggi Family Festival. It is a film festival entirely dedicated to families. The Festival aims at recognizing as a fact that the biggest successes of the past years have been feature films dedicated to families. The five editions of the event have achieved a great audience success.
The Tourism & Culture Office promotes all cultural and tourist events of the City of Fiuggi, such as the Medieval Towns Festival, the International Guitar Festival or "Platea Europa" (literary and poetry meetings in the spa). It is the Information Point for accommodation. Moreover, it does all the local marketing activities and promotional material. The Office oversees relations with the cultural associations and traders (travel agencies and hotels) of the city. He has to handle and plan the activities of the municipal theatre and of other exhibition spaces. It has a key technical role in preparing of administrative measures, in managing financial resources, in the updating of the website and in preparing projects for fundraising at regional and provincial levels. Last year, it participated in initiatives to promote tourism in Italy (BIT Milan) and abroad (MIT Russia), in partnership with the Province of Frosinone and the Lazio Region.