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The gates to the town hall are open Mon-Sat and there is a great view down to the city from the entrance balcony.
The piazza outside is a great place to hang out with a cafe bar, ice cream place, small cafe restaurants and a...More
This Piazza is wide and has history on all sides. There is a cathedral, a museum, medieval ruins, restaurants, cafes, a tiny grocery store and fantastic views of the town below and the bay. It does lack public toilets so plan accordingly.
Be sure to...More
Building from the 1920s, built in the 1920s after Mussolini came to power. Excellent example of the classically massive but somehow brutal architectural style of the Fascists. Very impressive as you turn the corner and there it is, squatting in front of you. Definitely an...More
The square is great with the Appia way running through it and Roman stuff everywhere you looked. The museum was small but for 3 euros, worth a look and as we were leaving the man at the ticket desk took us to a separate building...More