Casa Natale di Giuseppe Verdi

Casa Natale di Giuseppe Verdi

Casa Natale di Giuseppe Verdi
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Vicky Silve
Abbadia Lariana, Italy672 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
In this little ancient countryside house, which served also as his family's tavern, on October 10th 1813 a legend was born. Yes, Giuseppe Verdi was born there. In every room of the house you'll find a little iPad with a little video (both in Italian and English) with explanations about facts and anecdotes.
Written November 4, 2023
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BobConklin
Portland, OR143 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2011 • Couples
This is the small, modest house in which the great composer was born in 1813. It's not really in Busseto but rather in Le Roncole, a tiny village nearby. It is a simple place where Verdi spent his childhood. Although he later went to Milan for a number of years, he always felt a special connection to his birthplace. This is affirmed by a sign across the road from the house, which quotes him: "Sono e saro' sempre un paesano delle Roncole," -- or -- I am and always will be a country boy from Le Roncole. For Verdi fans only, the house is definitely worth seeing on any tour through this area. For others it will have no special appeal or significance.
Written July 26, 2012
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Josi S
London, UK219 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Friends
Anyone visiting Busseto is going there to follow Verdi's roots and get a feel of his historical path. So this should be the first step on the tour, as this is the humble cottage his parents rented when he was born. They don't warn you though that there are 'accompanied' tours only every 30 minutes so in order not to waste time, be sure you are there when it opens at 2.30 otherwise you will have to wait till 3. We got there at 2.35 with the door firmly locked and a notice saying to please wait as a tour is going on inside, which was very annoying. We were eventually let in 15 minutes later, and were allowed to go round on our own. HELPFUL TIP. Do reserve your Verdi Tourist card online and pick up at the tourist office in Busseto. With that you get reduced price entry tickets.
Written August 31, 2013
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linskitours
Harpenden, UK584 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2022 • Couples
We visited with no one else anywhere to be seen. The ticket can include the opera house in Bussetto and the house of Verdi’s key supporter and father of his first wife.Antonio Barezzi. We bought the higher cost one. Each room has good signage and an audio commentary which really helps you to understand the humble background of this genius.

Although small we took nearly an hour to take everything in. Parking is free and easy nearby. Sadly the Church opposite was shut so we could not see the steps to the organ loft the young Verdi climbed each Sunday. Friends who had been years ago said that was well worth while after La Roncole.
Written October 14, 2022
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Daniel
Crema, Italy423 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Solo
This this the house where Giuseppe Verdi (the musician) was born. It is important to visit if you are curious about the biography of this genius of the 20th century.
Written May 1, 2019
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angejr29
Hong Kong, China149 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
Really enjoyed the interactive guide for Verdi's birthplace. It was set up so you could really imagine how is life was as a child. It was small and didn't take long to see.
Written August 31, 2018
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vignettehol
Camarillo, CA60 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018
This was a great start to exploring Verdi's early years. The museo is very nicely put together and brings to life what I have read in books.
Written July 22, 2018
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rebecca b
Sonora, TX11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Solo
This little museum was remarkably put together, complete with an English-speaking interactive electronic tour (included with admission). Seemed particularly geared to children because narrated by "young Verdi," but I (in my late 60s) enjoyed it too. If you are a Verdi fan, and a monoglot English-speaker, this is the best presented of the various Verdi museums in the area--especially since the others have little to no (or somewhat problematic--though they are trying!) accessibility in English. Very nice staff too.
Written July 1, 2018
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Kathleen M
Fribourg, Switzerland291 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2017 • Friends
Visiting Verdi’s birthplace is a moving experience and the excellent IPad guide is easy to use and most informative.
Written October 11, 2017
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Luk L
Antwerp, Belgium109 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
Nice place. Didn't go inside so can't say anything about that. But the atmosphere of the area, the village, was very nice. To see where il maestro Verdi grew up was interesting. And to see that the village is still very proud of it's son is nice too.
Written July 25, 2016
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