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Depends what time of day you go we went when it was quite during the week at the weekend a tourist trap - everybody and their performing dog on the bridge - but the Chinese seemed to love it - graet on a quiet day...More
This was a nice place to have lunch outside with a great view of the Ponte Pietra. The service was good and the food was excellent. There are a few places in this restaurant to sit and people were going through the restaurant to sit...More
Bridge has sales tents all across the deck so hard to appreciate the structure.
The walking sidewalk on the outside of the city river is a good way to avoid the crowds and still see all of the significant bridges.
This is a very picturesque bridge and the history makes it even more special. It was bombed as the Germans were leaving Italy and the locals fished the stones out of the river to rebuild it. Originally a roman bridge.
It's worth the walk to this top part of the old town and a wander across the bridge to enjoy the views back across the river. This is also where the roman amphitheater is, which we didn't visit (it didn't look like much was left)....More