Rua dei Notari
Chiesa di San Francesco
This beautiful church was started back in 1262 as an homage to a visit from St Francis himself. In the left nave is a 15th-century...
Piazza del Popolo
The harmonious and simply lovely Piazza del Popolo has been Ascoli's salotto (sitting room) since Roman times. The rectangular square...
Museo dell'Arte Ceramica
The Museo dell'Arte Ceramica has displays on the major Italian pottery towns, including Deruta, Faenza and Genoa.
From the elegant shade of this cafe's portico you can sip a coffee or a glass of the famous homemade anisette with olive all'ascolana ...
Head upstairs for a convivial drink (drinks and wine €2 to €5) or a light dinner. But the main reason to come here is the takeaway olive...
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Rua dei Notari information
Nestling in the vaulted 16th-century Palazzo Guiderocchi, this refined restaurant is one of the top tables in town. Artfully presented specialities play up seasonal, regional flavours: a pappardelle with porcini and winter truffles might prelude a prefectly layered millefeuille of veal and aubergine. The five-course degustation menu is a respectable €30.