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Walking or staying sitted in the Piazza del Popolo in Ascoli is as more than 1000 years ago are inside my and your heart.
The San Francesco Church face but also the buidings with the laces on top and the space of the Piazza, but...More
Piazza del Popolo is really a jewel, featuring the Popolo palace and a lot of other historical buildings and a great church.
Do stop by at night, where the lights give full justice to this historical masterpiece
Absolutely charming. I loved sitting back with a cappuccino and watching life in this beautiful city. Whether it was watching an elderly man in a suit jacket and tie ride his bicycle by me or watching a family with little kids kick a soccer ball....More
The piazza in the heart of Ascoli is very much the nerve centre of the town and buzzing with locals and tourists alike. Enclosed by beautiful buildings including the Palazzo dei Capitani, the Loggia dei Mercanti, the church of San Francesco and the Palace with...More
This translates to the people’s square. It’s a lovely square with some lovely buildings. It mainly has Café’s and restaurants, including the Café Meletti. We found it a really nice place to get a drink, eat fried olives and watch the world go by. It...More
This piazza dates to at least 1200 and is very impressive. The cathedral is at one end but all the buildings are worth a view - including the old cafe/Gelateria at one end - a great way to view the piazza
THE place for people watching, caffe, olive ascolane, drinks, historic views. And it's free!
Bordered on the north by St. Francisco Church, on the east and south by shops and restaurants, on the west by the Palazzo del Capitani (and by Melitti Coffee).