Torcello, the republic's original island settlement, was largely abandoned due to malaria and now counts no more than 80 residents. Its...
This 5th century marble throne is said to have been used by Attila the Hun when his forces swept south, terrorising the Roman city of...
Chiesa di Santa Fosca
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Ristorante al Trono di Attila
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Piazza Santa Fosca 29 · interesting places nearby
Locanda Cipriani information
A rustic retreat run by the Cipriani family since 1934, the Locanda is Harry’s Bar gone wild. Go with seasonal specialities like bigoli (fat wholewheat spaghetti) with rabbit, lamb with wild herbs, or plan a lazy afternoon around the €45 Torcello menu fit for a famished Hemingway. Lunches and dinners are served by the fireplace or in the garden under the rose pergola.