Teatro Flavio Vespasiano
The Theatre Flavius Vespasian was built between 1883 and 1893 under the direction of Achille Sfondrini and is the main theater of Rieti. He was born from the need to adapt to the law that in 1882, declared unusable wooden theaters and that, moreover, led to the closure of the Theatre of the Condomini Deserves a note the original painting of the cupola of Giuseppe Casa that following the earthquake of 1889, was replaced in 1901 by a work of Giulio Rolland. This painting depicts the theme of the triumph of Titus Flavius in Rome after the conquest of Jerusalem. Set in a central area of the city, the Teatro Flavio Vespasian is adjacent to other point of interest for the visitor, such as the Civic Museum, inside the town hall, Palazzo Vincentini and Vecchiarelli Palace. To enjoy the historical center of Rieti, in a single route which links the various attractions, we recommend that you park your car in a nearby car park site in Piazza Mazzini, the Mazzini-Oberdan parking space
The city of Rieti
Parking in Rieti can be a problem: in order to better join the town find the right place in one of our parking area
Parking direction in Rieti
I, personally like to keep stress to a minimum when travelling, and always go for the easiest option – I recommend anyone to do the same. When booking your hotel, always check to see if they offer any kind of parking facility. Most hotels offer free parking, or charge a small fee, which is included in the room...