Piazza del Comune
Cremona's 111m-tall torrazzo (bell tower, although 'torazzo ' translates literally as ‘great, fat tower’) soars above the city's...
The 111m-tall torrazzo is connected to the Duomo by a Renaissance loggia, the Bertazzola.
Cremona’s cathedral started out as a Romanesque basilica, but the simplicity of that style later gave way to an extravagance of designs....
A few steps from the Piazza del Comune, this place is full every night with a happy mix of tourists and locals with more of the latter –...
Piazza del Comune information
This beautiful, pedestrian-only piazza is considered one of the best-preserved medieval squares in all Italy. To maintain divisions between Church and state, buildings linked to the Church were erected on the eastern side and those linked to secular affairs were constructed on the west.
On Sundays the piazza is filled with the stalls of an antiques fair.