The padiglione delle feste, created between 1936 and 1941 by Tito Chini, best represents the style of Art Déco. It was built following the traditional construction techniques of the time and making heavy use of bricks. The building was conceived as a continuous space to live immersed in colors and light. The heating systems, created by Diego Corsani, gave way to use the structure even in the coldest months.
The park starts from viale Marconi and reaches as far as the left bank of the Montone. Near the entrance you can find several ornamental flowerbeds leading to the Thermal Baths, the Wellness Center and the Grand Hotel Terme. The interweaving of paths and paths allows you to travel both the perimeter of the park and its various internal portions.
On the back of the Thermal Establishments, inside the Parco delle Terme, stands the Tempietto delle Acque, a space with tables and benches set up around old sources. The Tempietto, also called Fonte Littoria, was created in 1924, in Pompeian style, and is characterized by columns, capitals and mythological figures, evoking the decorative forms of the Attic vases with black figures. From the mouths of the masks flow three different qualities of mineral waters: Salsubia, Salubria and Beatrice, rich in magnesium, bromine and iodine.