Reggio's 13th-century cathedral was first built in the Romanesque style but was given a comprehensive makeover 300 years later....
Museo del Tricolore
In the main square, this small museum is a memorial to Reggio's proud role as birthplace of the Italian tricolour flag. At a meeting in...
Palazzo del Comune
Marking the southern edge of the square, the 14th-century Palazzo del Comune is celebrated as the birthplace of the Italian flag.
Reggio’s central squares host a produce market . Typical local snacks include erbazzone (herb pie with cheese or bacon) and gnocco...
Vicolo Broletto 1n · interesting places nearby
Sotto Broletto information
On the tiny alleyway between Piazza Prampolini and Piazza San Prospero, this boisterous pizzeria with sidewalk seating delights hungry patrons with its pizza tirata, a megalarge pizza that costs only €2 more than the regular-sized version.