This street includes everything that one would like to do in Assisi, from restaurants to stores and souvenir shops. It starts at San Francesco basilica and ends at Santa Chiara basilica.
Via San Francesco in Assisi takes you a good way through the town and allows for some great sight-seeing, photo ops, and shopping. Lots of crowds by mid-afternoon so an early start (before 10:30am) is a better way to go. Stores are open by then and you can browse with a little bit more room around you. Ended the walking... More
Lovely street to walk down / up if you're walking around Assisi. It's got some lovely architecture and courtyards and views here and there. It's surprisingly open to local traffic and we had to duck- in to doorways to avoid cars! Many little boutique shops and tourist souvenirs shops. Some of them look nicer than others (some of them look... More
Via San Francesco is the main drag in Assisi. It begins at Basilica di San Francesco (St. Francis’ Basilica) and goes up, up, and up some more to Santa Chiara (St. Clare’s Church) near the top of Assisi. It is cobblestone-paved, medieval, quaint, and is lined with shops, cafés, restaurants, and hotels. Anything you might want to find in Assisi,... More
this is a very steep area of assisi also going to bus park lots of steps very expensive mind the traffic
If you are in Assisi it is very likely that you will walk along this pleasant street, as it links several of the main attractions, including the Church of St Clare and the Basilica of St Francis. It is lined with little shops selling all sorts of wares and produce, and lots of souvenirs! There are also many small restaurants.... More
Cobbled main street that leads from the top end of Assisi and Piazza del Comune down to St Francis basilica. Lots of shops and hotels along this winding steep narrow road.
all italians walk up and down this quite/busy street
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