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This is main pedestrian only street to central train station. Funny, during summer, most of shops were closed during the day. I think many were closed between noon and 4pm, and then only open from 4pm to say 8 pm, so limited hours. That meant...More
This a cosy street for shoppers and also nice just to walk and watch all the other people
or enjoy an ice cream as you go along the streets without cars.
It is not a place where you get bored, lots to watch or go...More
We stayed in an apartment overlooking via del Prione. It was a wonderful spot, full of ristorantes, cafes and shops. We travelled to Cinque Terre by ferry and by train. It was a very easy commute and La Spezia is much bigger than any of...More
The street name comes from the place name "Prion" - large stone which climbed the auctioneer who sold the goods. The current street looked like otherwise before. There were the warehouses, the macaroni factory, come true product wholesale right here. The old via del Prione...More
Let's be honest about this: Via del Prione is a fairly ordinary shopping street in a fairly ordinary provincial Italian town. It is pedestrianised and it includes the Amedeo Lia museum, one of La Spezia's better sights. It runs roughly from the station down towards...More
A pleasant mall which transects La Spezia and leads onto many restaurant choices, bars and specialty shops ! A bit dodgy after dark but not so more then many other places ! A good way to explore the town without the worry of Italian drivers...More
This long, wide street has no cars and is lined with chic clothes shops as well as more quirky places and some food outlets. There are lovely views to each side, of the distant hills and steep steps going up to higher level streets. On...More