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Piazza Dell'orologio

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Piazza Dell'orologio

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Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Polignano a Mare Italy
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During the excursion there is a bathroom break in one of the most beautiful places on the Polignano coast.<br><br>With the Cliff Tour you can enjoy a tasty aperitif with fresh drinks and prosecco offered by the crew.<br><br>WE WILL SHOW YOU THE HIDDEN TREASURES OF THE BEAUTIFUL POLIGNANO A MARE.
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Travelandexperiences wrote a review Dec 2
11 contributions1 helpful vote
The heart of Polignano, whit all the places (bar/restaurant/pizzeria) located along the perimeter. It's famous for the view of the ex cathedral and the watch building.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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David H wrote a review Nov 2019
East Sussex, United Kingdom115 contributions12 helpful votes
We lingered here briefly – but moved on fairly quickly. It felt like a bit of a tourist trap with several restaurants displaying their multi-lingual menus around the edge of this decent sized piazza. The architecture is lovely, as with many other old town centres, but we were looking for lunch and, put off by the commerciality of those on offer, we moved on. Shame about the clock tower still encased in scaffolding. Once again I dread to imagine what this place must be like in the main summer season – too crowded, and too hot I'm sure.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Seeking True Quality wrote a review Sep 2019
Europe2,942 contributions754 helpful votes
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After passing the Arco Marchesale, the obvious entrance of the old town, the Piazza dell'Orologio was a real surprise - we did not expect it to be so spacious, the surrounding streets were so narrow. The square got its name from a town clock. It is located on the upper part of an elegant building. The square was teeming with life, with a lot of souvenir shops and cafes. The Chiesa Matrice Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo dominated the square, with a simple but elegant facade and a robust bell tower. We had an impression that the church was under renovation.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Philip P wrote a review Jun 2019
Herentals, Belgium779 contributions186 helpful votes
You simply cannot miss this while walking through the historical town, strolling from one narrow street to another balcony with stunning sea views.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Rasputin21 wrote a review Oct 2018
Melbourne, Australia2,194 contributions454 helpful votes
The clock tower which can hardly be seen for the cafe awnings in front of it is under renovation and is unlikely to be seen in 2018.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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