Spoleto The Essential
Interesting
This former Roman municipium, later capital of a Lombard duchy, is an Umbrian town perched on a hillside crowned by the Popes' fortress. Austere in appearance, Spoleto, a town dear to St Francis, is best explored on foot, where visitors can discover its winding alleys, palaces and medieval monuments. A dance, music and theatre festival is held here every summer.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Spoleto
Duomo (Cathedral)
Duomo (Cathedral)
On the harmonious square to which it has
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Ponte delle Torri (Bridge of Towers)
Ponte delle Torri (Bridge of Towers)
This bridge is 230m long and dominates,
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S. Gregorio Maggiore (Church of St Gregory Major)
S. Gregorio Maggiore (Church of St Gregory Major)
This Romanesque church from the 12C was
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S. Salvatore (Basilica of St Saviour)
S. Salvatore (Basilica of St Saviour)
Built in the 4C by monks from the east
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Arco di Druso (Arch of Drusus)
Arco di Druso (Arch of Drusus)
This arch was built in the year 23 AD in
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S. Domenico (Church of St Dominic)
S. Domenico (Church of St Dominic)
This attractive church, from the 13C and
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