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We had lunch next to this fountain at Cafe Central where I had the most delicious simple dish of spaghetti with red sauce! I wasn't expecting much since it was in such a touristy area so I was happily surprised at how good it was!!...More
Piazza del Comune is in the heart of Assisi and probably one of the best preserved medieval squares in Italy.
On the square, you'll find the awesome Tempio di Minerva with its Roman facade, the Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo, the almost 50 m tall...More
We liked Assisi the most out of all hill towns in Umbria and Tuscany but this a piazza was as any other. Nothing really catches your eye. Too many restaurants have there seating on it. Way too crowded.
From this point, choose a street to meander down and you will marvel at the restaurants and cafes, the leather and porcelain shops and the peace and quiet. Or just take a seat on the Piazza and watch the world pass by!
I will discuss the entire town here. If you want to go to the fortress at the top then I would be persistent and drive as close to the bottom walls of the fortress as you can get. It is free parking but limited. When...More
The piazza was beautifully set with a fonte nearby and a temple dedicated to the ancient goddess Minerva. There was a fountain set with lions at the end of the piazza. It is surrounded by a number of tastefully maintained buildings including several good gelato...More
This is one of the most beautiful and unusual piazzas in a country filled with same! Unusual because of the presence of the Roman Temple of Minerva now a Catholic Church, and lovely with its fountain at one end and interesting buildings surrounding it. Definitely...More