We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews gelato town square central location hill top tourist info office beautiful assisi ancient roman roman times catholic church fountain minerva gelatarias activity lions sagrantino sites tourists
All Assisi roads lead to the Piazza del Commune. This area of Assisi, at least for me, was like the heart of the city. Great place to congregate if you are in a group to sit and reflect and plan. For the most part, you...More
After have spent well over an hour exploring this wonderful city, we purchased a light lunch and sat on the steps next to the fountain. We relaxed and enjoyed our Italian food.
Being a Sunday it was full of tourists and local people. great atmosphere...More
We were looking forward to visiting Assisi during a tour of central Italy but realised within a few minutes of arrival that this was not to be. The parking was full of coaches disgorging their loads of visitors. The streets into the town were a...More
You might want to take a break at a nearby cafe and enjoy a drink . Many photos being taken here but beware as there is traffic driving around this fountain . For me this is a place to sit and enjoy your gelato .
A typical Italian city square surrounded by shops, services and restaurants. The highlight is the Temple of Minerva, now a Catholic church, which dates to Roman times. It can't be missed as you usually have to pass through it on the way to the many...More
We had lunch next to this fountain at Cafe Central where I had the most delicious simple dish of spaghetti with red sauce! I wasn't expecting much since it was in such a touristy area so I was happily surprised at how good it was!!...More
Piazza del Comune is in the heart of Assisi and probably one of the best preserved medieval squares in Italy.
On the square, you'll find the awesome Tempio di Minerva with its Roman facade, the Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo, the almost 50 m tall...More