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All reviews centro storico old town narrow streets historic center beautiful city university town baroque architecture roman amphitheater every corner wander around italian cities central square piazza duomo take your time tourist office gelato guided tour
Riviera organised a guide in the normal way. She took us all around the important parts although some in the group found her a bit quick. Large group so hard to herd! Explained the evolution of the present city from ancient times through to the...More
Lecce is really a amazing city, full of baroque architecture, Cathedral and squares. The old city centre is small enough to explore by walking and the Piazza Sant’Oronzo and Piazza del Duomo are my favourite squares. My top two Cathedral are the Basilica di Santa...More
The entire city center of Lecce is a baroque jewel and is worth spending at least a day walking around and discovering iits alleys and streets. Plenty of churches are worth visiting, but the facades of the buildings (including the churches) alone are spectacular. Plenty...More
wasn't sure what to expect in Lecce. we were very pleased. this city is clean, walkable and lots to see and do. the anthiteatros were free and easy to see. could go in many churches but depending on the time of day some were closed....More
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You can spend easily a week in Puglia. It is not dissimilar from Sicily, although there is less arabic influence and more greek and norman. Lecce is probably the most charming of the "big" towns but it is far from the sea... More
You can spend easily a week in Puglia. It is not dissimilar from Sicily, although there is less arabic influence and more greek and norman. Lecce is probably the most charming of the "big" towns but it is far from the sea and the beaches. Lovely little towns are Ostumi, Martinafranca, Otranto, Gallipoli and, not to miss, Matera (not in Puglia but a short drive from Lecce). The food is wonderful, with plenty of vegetarian offering (the national dishes orecchiette con rape".