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It's no wonder that this is one of the most historic and picturesque squares in Italy: in antiquity, it served as a Roman forum; today, it contains many historic buildings, sculptures with a popular and colorful market overflowing with fresh fruits...more
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This plaza is grand and Hugh and lots of shopping I bought a lovely jacket..have a cappuccino and people watch ..the booth sell everything from hats to kids toys and towels and Verona engraved everything...we were around the corner from Romeo and Juliet...on a shopping...More
Probably from our limited knowledge, second in size to Piazza Bra, this is a very attractive piazza in a lovely setting. It is where an open air market can be found and this stays open into the evening.
There are of course the usual eateries...More
While strolling the old town we came across this square with a heritage to live up-- the old Roman forum. It now houses kiosks with cheap tourist ware. Quite a come down. But good the place hasn't undergone urban renewal.
Although the stalls in the Piazza's former herb and vegetable market space now sell touristy trinket items, the buildings surrounding Piazza delle Erbe are beautiful and create a warm and inviting atmosphere.
If your idea of an Italian Piazza has fine cafes and restaurants, perhaps a little market, beautiful buildings (with the remains of old painted stucco) and a little fountain, then this will meet your expectations. The roads lead off to numbers of the sites, the...More