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See and to be seen with everyone local. What a fun thing to do here. People walking dogs, children playing, teenagers vying for attention, vendors selling yummy sweets on the street and then come 2 PM and the entire street dies.
This is the place to be seen in Reggio Calabria and being early December the small Christmas market was also on. A log (really long) pedestrianised street where the great and good of the town stroll every evening. There is nothing outstanding about it, not...More
but with no traffic!!! the best shops with the best Italian and International brands! And with prices half of London. It does really merit a visit. And if you are tired of shopping stop for a drink in the many gazebos jutting out onto the...More
Main street of commerce, with traditional architecture, attention to the buildings and layout of the stores, great for a shopping tour with a wide variety of shops, closed only for pedestrians, and everything between 12 and 16 is closed for lunch / siesta
Corso Garibaldi is probably the longest pedestrianized corso in Italy and also the beating heart of Reggio with its many shops, small squares and public buildings. The road is paved with black basalt slabs. Originally the corso was built after the 1783 during the Bourbon...More