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The old town of Sanremo is lively and authentic. Tourists are welcome but optional. Well worth a stroll and perhaps a visit to many small businesses that have been around for generations. Unlike the mass market and high end shops on the Main Street, these...More
Fantastic medieval age village, built 1000 years ago, still visible good part of the village, defensive walls build in 1321
one portion of walls build on XVI cent. still visible with original access still with original wooden doors.
The piazza itself is lively. And with cafes and restaurants and shops. The market Hall is quite ugly from the outside.
Inside there is the usual stalls with fruit, vegetables, cheese, meat ans specialities like olives and oil.
Not very big, and a little disappointing...More
Interesting old part of San Remo. Very steep so wear strong shoes. History boards and walking route information are dotted around to help you. We went on a Monday morning in February and it was lovely and quiet. Views are great. Recommended.
It is a dedalus of uphill narrow alleys and streets. It should be visited with daylight, since lately it became the "lieu " of refugees traffiching with faked leather goods.
Bea & Gianni Novelli Geneva, Switzerland