Born in 1865, the Neptune in its long history has hosted celebrities and continues to do so, even if the owners do not betray the secret and not make the names. Bathroom "transgressive" since birth, was the first open to men and women, while Dori was reserved for the ladies and nuns and Nereo welcomed gentlemen and priors. Liberty style, housed doctors and notaries from Lucca and Florence, actors, musicians.
Great celebration for the 150th anniversary of the bath Neptune Viareggio. It is the bathing establishment in the nineteenth century who first opened their doors to men and women in the same beach.
The bathroom walls covered with historical photos, tricolor rosettes and balloons, the old logo with the diver who is enthroned in the central hall: this year's festival at the Neptune Bath Giannessi family. It's been 150 years since its foundation, and as one might say, "has passed water under the bridges." From the beach where the first in Italy has opened its doors to a mixed audience, accepting the promiscuous coexistence of men and women, they have passed many famous people (by Giorgio Gaber with his daughter and his wife Dalia Ombretta Colli Marcello Lippi Marco Columbro) but also many common people, who made history in the bathroom.