Viale XX Settembre
A pedestrian street full of bar, pub, theatre, international restaurant, and on wednesday is university night!
“Splendid central big square with a central canal, interesting visit to the two Churches and to Palazzo Gobcevich museum, shops and bars, shopping area.”
“The only square in Italy opening upon the sea. A brief walk away from your room either through the little streets of the Jewish quarters and the shopiing district Corso Italia on the other side. The end result is breathtaking”
“Very pictoreque, in the city center, 10' walk from your location, a must visit, in summer open air cinema .”
“Ottime birre servite con competenza e piatti di alta qualità, vedrete i ragazzi che lavorano in questo ristorante non si risparmiano quanto ad inventiva e creatività, si vede proprio la professionalità, consiglio una sosta”
“This pier was built on the remains of the ship San Carlo that sank on this point in 1740, becoming in 1743 the base for the pier called “Molo San Carlo”. At the end of the 1st world war on November 3rd 1918, the destroyer “Audace” came to the city and the pier was renamed. Funnily enough, the 3rd of November was already a holiday in the city that celebrates Saint Justus, patron of the city. Insider tip: Avoid the pier in days of strong bora as it’s very exposed to the wind. Rather go to Eataly and take one of the tables in the far end and enjoy the Bora with a view on the sea. ”