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Il Teatro dell'Aria

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rinamk wrote a review Aug 2019
Fort Worth, Texas15 contributions7 helpful votes
A beautiful show and a must see for anyone in the area. Massimo is incredibly knowledgeable and conveys his passion for these birds to the audience. The technical details of their flight and prey locating techniques are fascinating. Public education and support for veterinary education is their legacy. Dorella and Massimo have their birds flying above you're heads with wings brushing your hair. It's exciting and a one of a kind show. Great for all ages.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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violet339 wrote a review May 2018
London, United Kingdom355 contributions123 helpful votes
We didn't go to a show and just had a look around which only cost a few euros. There were a lot of birds (hawks, buzzards, eagles, owls) and I have to say they all looked in very good condition and all had their own water bowls next to them. There was something a bit sad about the place though. All the birds outside were tied up and most of the ones in the cages were too. Once in a while one would desperately flap its wings and try to fly off only to immediately be pulled back by the rope attached to its leg. I don't know anything about falconry and I'm sure keeping the birds in this way is perfectly normal and they're not at all distressed but it was just a bit sad to see really.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Daniele M wrote a review Jul 2017
Cesena, Italy37 contributions15 helpful votes
I've visited a lot of places with rapaces all over the world but I've to admit this one is special. The location is stunning and the show is brilliant. All rapaces looked marvellous. Absolutely suggested for everybody but especially for families!!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Veronika Č wrote a review Apr 2017
18 contributions6 helpful votes
My bf and I went there to see the show.Even that time i didn't speak much Italian it was really nice entertaining show for me! Do not be afraid to visit if u don't speak italian😃it still be a fun.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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opossumd wrote a review Jun 2016
Cervo, Italia1,727 contributions315 helpful votes
A very large collection of birds of prey display their skills daily at 17:30, but they can be seen any time of the day in their cages, or on their perches, sunbathing or retreating in the shade. They are very well kept and the young falconers are enthusiastic and very capable. An exciting show for everybody.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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