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The square is just above the central parking place at the entrance of the city and that is the reason why we usually start our exploring of the city from here. The locals still call the square by its older name, Piazza Carbonaia, because the...More
There is a monument to garibaldi in middle of the piazza which looks magnificent and stands looking out over the beautiful countryside of Italy. The piazza is a great place to just sit and relax while taking it all in. Great place to go to...More
My friend and I set out to visit Piazza Garibaldi on a recent visit and although we did find it and take some photos there we didn't realise that that was were we were.
It could do with signposting a little better, as the significance...More
Arriving late in the evening, Cortona was still well alive at around 6pm and parking is free after around 8pm on the hill just below the town. After a short walk up into Cortona there's some great clothing and local produce shops (rather than touristy...More
We walked through during the day and it wasn't very crowded but at night.....just hopping with activity. Kiosks were set up with varying merchandise, actors in medieval costumes were displaying their craft and then.... soccer! Seemed the whole town turned out and tvs were everywhere....More
The Piazza itself has a pretty fountain in the middle of it, and there are park benches to sit and have a coffee or gelato. The views are gorgeous as in all of Tuscany. But the park that is adjacent to Piazza Garibaldi is a...More