San Gimignano. This small town is famous for its high towers. The local tyrants in the Middle Ages used to build high towers. There were more than 70 towers in the town during its heyday. Now there are more than ten remaining, but only one Torre Grossa can climb the tower. Visit. Nevertheless, San Gimignano is still known as the "City of Hundred Towers". There are many restaurants and shops around Cathedral Square, and tourists are happy to take a break here. If you want to be quieter, you can turn to a small alley, here and the square seem to be two worlds, empty streets, mottled walls, only flowers still have a little vitality.
Piazza del Duomo is the main square in Catania, Sicily, Italy. Three streets converge here: Via Etnea, Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, and Via Giuseppe Garibaldi on the historical axis of the city. Manuele II Street (via Vittorio Emanuele II).
This is a must pass for visiting Florence. Important sights such as the cathedral, baptistery, Giotto's bell tower and so on are all on the square. If you visit this square carefully, it will take a day or more.
The first time I saw San Gimignano was from a reality show, the most impressive thing was to climb the tower on foot throughout the journey. The rich of this millennium town competed in the form of high towers, and now there are only more than ten remaining. Church frescoes are also a major feature.
The view of the square is also very good, you can take a look at the view here