This is a really beautiful located home filled with all sorts of interesting and fascinating clutter! Do your research on D'Annunzio first as it would probably help to understand how and why he chose to set up the decor in this manner. The house has an incredible view of the lake and the gardens are equally beautiful. Spaces are small and tiny objects are many so not recommended for people with mobility issues or with very young children, You are, in fact, made to lock away your bags and other personal belongings before entering the house. The guide through the home is informative and friendly but I don't know if it is offered in other languages. Based on other reviews, it seems that it is mainly in Italian.
The house alone is worth the visit but of course, visit the gardens,the mausoleum, the ship, and the torpedo boat all in the gardens. A fascinating slice of history!
Two restaurants right outside the entrance of the museum also offer a nice place to have something to eat. The trattoria on the right (right on the corner) as you are looking at the town centre had great pasta dishes and the pizzas looked good as well. .good value for money.
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