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It is a long climb through old but nondescript streets of Todi before one reaches this lively central square with two large churches and town hall. Still one wonders where the shops are, but at the same time it’s a blessing that the place is...More
In the later afternoon the shade sweeps across the piazza and the locals come out. You can see this because the place is not overrun with tourists. It's peaceful and charming. places for a gelato or an aperitif. This is where the action is because...More
The town of Todi looks like it did in 1400, minus the cars. The duomo in the piazza del popolo is quite amazing, especially the fresco of the Last Judgement on the wall immediately above the front door.
Pictures of the square from the top...More
We really enjoying lingering at the square. Our daughter had a grand time running around with the other local children. You can tell that this is a place where locals come together. Todi is one of my favorite Umbrian hilltop towns.
The main piazza in Todi is beautifully preserved & seems to typify the best of Italian hill top towns, without being overwhelmingly touristy. After checking out the church at one end, we spent an enjoyable time people watching & eating great gelati at a little...More
they are up on a hill. narrow streets lined with shops. they are known for their ceramics and olive wood items
of course I bought ceramic plates. you can haggle with most of the shop owners, some with ship to US
we ate at great...More