The atmosphere in this square is wonderful. It is so large that even with the crowds it can be enjoyed. We did sit and have a gelato, but it was the most expensive stop for gelato and coffee we had in 10 days in Italy. Nice place to rest your feet and people watch. The entire square is worth taking in as the buildings all around are different and the atmosphere worth savoring. There is a nice pottery shop in one corner of the square that is chock full and had quite a nice variety and the pricing seemed more reasonable then some of the other shops I stopped in.
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