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Piazza Dante

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delagioventu wrote a review Jul 2019
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg1 059 contributions369 helpful votes
Splendid square, Grosseto is really underrated because this piazza can compete in beaty with other squares in Tuscany.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Bandit-One wrote a review May 2019
Lucerne, Switzerland6 096 contributions839 helpful votes
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After strolling along the charming walking street Corso Giosuè Carducci you'll end up at the Piazza Dante. It's hard to miss with the impressive Duomo Di Grosseto, which is a little-known masterpiece. After the less-impressive outskirts of Grosseto, this is a real highlight in the compact and charming Historic Center of Grosseto, which is still very underrated I'd say. The Piazza is pretty quiet on a sunday afternoon and many shops and restaurants are close (or close up at lunchtime). But we did come for a bit of a quiet walk and relaxing time that day, so it was perfect for that. Besides the Duomo, the equally impressive Palazzo della Provincia will catch your eye as well as the Monumento a Leopoldo II right in the middle of the Piazza. It's a nice place for a quick stroll, or just to sit down and the the whole scene in. Around the piazza there are a good number of restaurants and some shops. What's missing is a public toilet, so you just gotta get some coffee somewhere. A really nice place, well worth spending an afternoon or so.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Landie60 wrote a review Sep 2017
Perth, Australia36 contributions12 helpful votes
Just love walking around and admiring the history in this very quaint town, located inside the walls of Grosseto. There is so much to love. Lots of eating places and shops. Sitting outside eating pizza and had the best seafood in one of the local cafes.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Anka S wrote a review Aug 2017
Milan, Italy97 contributions88 helpful votes
This square is the only thing to really see in town, which is very small (apart from surrounding walls). The Duomo is very nice and has a florentine look to it. Great place to just sit down and relax or have a drink in any nearby restaurant or bar.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Ralph B wrote a review Apr 2017
Opfikon, Switzerland1 466 contributions830 helpful votes
We were there in spring 2017, we saw old men and women gather to chat. The piazza is surrounded by the duomo and cafe, city hall. It is a very special place to watch and relax 👍😊
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Date of experience: April 2017
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