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Piazza della Repubblica & Piazza Signorelli – prenez le pouls de la ville

  • Piazza della Repubblica & Piazza Signorelli – prenez le pouls de la ville

    Les anciennes portes de la ville antique de Cortona vous conduisent pour une balade complaisante le long des rues médiévales, des monuments et des places animées de la ville. Commencez votre marche au cœur de la ville, sur la Piazza della Repubblica joliment asymétrique et la Piazza Signorelli, qui abritait l’ancien forum étrusco-romain mais qui accueille maintenant le marché matinal du samedi. Les visiteurs se rassemblent sur ces deux places, une zone piétonne faite pour y observer les gens. Prenez le pouls de la ville tout en sirotant un café, en écoutant les talentueux musiciens de rue, ou en vous baladant à la recherche de bibelots artistiques. Nommée en hommage au peintre local Luca Signorelli, la Piazza Signorelli peut se vanter de son Palazzo Comunale (Hôtel de Ville) du XIIIe siècle et le Musée Etrusque de Cortona, le Museo dell’Accademia Etrusca . L’office du tourisme de la ville se trouve commodément dans le même bâtiment.

    Adresse: Cortona tourist office, Palazzo Casali, Piazza Signorelli, 9, Cortona
    Site web: www.cortonaweb.net

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