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We stayed near the the end of this tree lined avenue the furthest away from the port, However even at the top end there are a couple of pleasant cafes, pizzerias and bars.
The main point of interest is the great market half way down...More
We walked along the street enjoying the long allee of trees that tuned out to be oranges.
Where we come from it makes us look twice.
It looks stunningly beautiful.
We passed the market and it was the time of day when they had started...More
The main street in La Spezia has many different types of shops. It runs from the port through to the edge of town.It passes through the town centre with its may shops and through the market. The market area is very busy and you can...More
Corso Cavour is perhaps the main street in La Spezia. It is the commercial centre, the shopping area and the place where many people congregate. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants, alongside numerous other shops. It is a very nice street, and is typically...More
You will find a similar street almost in every Italian city, a tree lined commercial avenue, named after the Count Cavour, Italian statesman who lived in the 19th century and was one of the leading figures in the movement toward Risorgimento (the unification of different...More