On a seriously touristy street in the centre of Sorrento, this impressive 15th century palazzo has a front terrace, open to the street, with exquisite but somewhat faded frescoes on two of the walls.
Originally a meeting point for the town's medieval aristocracy, it is now a working man's club where elderly (non-working!) men meet to play cards and board games, seemingly oblivious to the hordes of tourists photographing around them.
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