Four Seasons Florence Partners with Theater; Offers Packages

Great news for Italy-bound culture vultures: Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, a founding member of the Teatro del Maggio Musical Fiorentino, has entered into a new partnership with the theater, which is responsible for organizing annual concerts, opera and dance seasons as well as Maggio Musicale, one of the oldest and most prestigious European music festivals in the world.

With the aim of promoting the collaboration, Four Seasons Hotel Firenze has launched several new packages, giving guests the chance to enjoy first class music.

The Sunday Opera Package pairs the culinary experience of Four Seasons Sunday Brunch with the theatre season in 2011 and 2012. Alternatively, guests can choose the With Four Seasons at the Opera package and have the experience of tasting the best dishes served at the Atrium Lounge, followed by an outstanding opera performance at the Maggio Musicale.

Four Seasons guests are invited to attend some of the world's most famous operas, such as Ven Makropulos, La Bohème and Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Included in the packages are a two-night stay, daily breakfast for two, two tickets for the opera in primary seats in stalls, a personalized introduction to the theatre and private transfer from the Hotel to the theatre.

In celebration of the opening of the city’s new site for the Opera House on December 21, Four Seasons Hotel Firenze offers a Four Seasons Celebrates the New Opera House package that includes the opening concert of the orchestra and the chorus of the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino directed by Zubin Metha. Finally, the Four Seasons Symphony Package is a good option for a two-day escape during the Christmas season.

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