Arco di Druso e Germanico
Duomo di Spoleto
A flight of steps sweeps down to Spoleto's pretty pale-stone cathedral, originally built in 11th century, using huge blocks of salvaged...
Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral
The cathedral was consecrated way back in 1198, but later-day (17th century) remodelling included a striking Renaissance porch. In the...
Taverna la Lanterna
Popular with the locals – always a good sign – this informal little place is hidden away on a gloomy backstreet. The mains consist...
Casa Romana information
Lonely Planet review
This excavated Roman house isn't exactly Pompeii, but it gives visitors a peek into what a typical home of the area would have looked like in the 1st century BC. Just to the south, near the Piazza Fontana, stand the remains of the Arco di Druso e Germanico (Arch of Drusus and Germanicus, named for the sons of Emperor Tiberius), which once marked the entrance to the Roman forum.