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Alla Piazza di Sopra

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June 26, 2016
Alla Piazza di Sopra" restaurant, in the medieval village of Filetto, near Villafranca in Lunigiana, is known for its fine food from Lunigiana served with a modern twist, excellent service and warm welcome it gives to its customers. Some delicious dishes are "Cappelletti with radicchio, Gorgonzola &…
Silvia E Fabio
Silvia E Fabio
November 5, 2014
Elegant interpretation of local cuisine in the fairy-tale-like atmosphere of the medieval borough of Filetto.
June 9, 2013
Locale molto carino, l'arredamento molto ospitale. Il personale è gentile, molto attento a far sentirci a casa. L'ottimo cibo di qualità molto fantasioso, piatti unici, sono una delizia per il palato

Unterkünfte in der Nähe

Das empfehlen Einheimische

Administrative Area Level 3
“Bagnone is a beautiful medieval village with cobbled streets, narrow alleyways and a town square overlooking the impressive waterfalls of River Bagnone. An ancient castle perches on top of the hill above the town. With a handful of shops, four restaurants and cafés and bars.”
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Theme Park
“great excursion 2 hours driving from Portovenere to admire perfectly well kept caves ,in the Lunigiana Region , you can admire stalactites and stalagmites. You can aslo have great thermal hot springs baths in the area ”
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“A walk around Pontremoli’s main square (Piazza della Repubblica) reveals you a stylish art nouveau café "Caffè degli Svizzeri" and "Antica Pasticceria degli Svizzeri" (next door). Stop for a coffee accompanied by an "àmor" pastry. The typical "àmor" is a pastry consisting of a creamy custard filling with a hint of lemon, between wafer biscuits. The àmor was brought to Pontremoli by the Swiss brothers who opened the Antica Pasticceria degli Svizzeri in 1842. It is said to be made from a secret recipe! ”
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Sublocality Level 1
“The origins of the walled suburb of Fileto date back to the Byzantine defense against the Longobards, in the VI and VII centuries. The defensive system, the "limes" was based on the castra of Filetto and Filattiera. Indeed they have the same name origin: from the Greek term "filakterion", strengthened place. Filetto made part from the 1351 of the feud of Malgrate, in 1641 was sold to the Camera Reale of Milan and then to the Ariberti of Cremona. Through two monumental doors we enter the suburb. The Piazza di Sopra has a quadrilateral shape and was defended by four cylindrical towers, one of then still up. The first nucleus was then transformed into a strengthened residence with repeated interventions till the XVII century. In the other square rise the church of Saints Filippo and Giacomo and the Marquises Ariberti's Palace, an imponent seventeenth-century building connected to the suburb and the church by two elegant aerial passagges. On the other side of the square it is situated the Convent of the Frati Ospitalieri, a vast complex of the XVII century, with a beautiful inside cloister partly destroyed and rehandled. Just outside the southern door, we find the oratory of St. Genesio of the XVI century, in the mysterious wood of Filetto, where has been recovered numerous statue-stele. In August, Fileto host the Medieval Market, when the suburb goes back to the past with medieval decorations, jugglers, minstrels, acrobats and objects of the local craftsmanship in iron, wood and stone. ”
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11 Piazza Immacolata
Villafranca in Lunigiana, Tuscany
Telefonnummer349 878 3364