Chiesa di San Francesco
Named after the Visconti clan that long ruled Milan, this stout 15th-century castle’s nucleus was raised around the 10th century. It now...
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Ticinese beers, pub grub (snacks Sfr5 to Sfr9.50), free wi-fi and a people-watching terrace.
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Chiesa di San Francesco information
Lonely Planet review
The 16th-century Chiesa di San Francesco has frescos by Baldassare Orelli.