Colonna di Sant'Oronzo
Two Roman columns once marked the end of the Appian Way in Brindisi. When one of them crumbled in 1582 some of the pieces were rescued...
Below the ground level of the piazza is this restored 2nd-century-AD amphitheatre, discovered in 1901 by construction workers. It was...
Castello di Carlo V
This 16th-century castle was built around a 12th-century Norman tower to the orders of Spain's Charles V and consists of two concentric...
All'Ombra del Barocco
This cool restaurant/cafe/wine bar next door to the Liberrima bookshop has a range of teas, cocktails and aperitivi. It's open for...
Lecce's best ice-cream parlour also has an array of fabulous confectionery.
Piazza Sant'Oronzo · interesting places nearby
Caffè Alvino information
Treat yourself to great coffee and pasticciotto (custard pie) at this iconic chandeliered cafe in Lecce's main square; it has a hard to ignore display of cakes.