Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna Travel Guide

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Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna Things to Do

  • Weekly Markets

    Apparently there are three markets in a week. Monday, Friday and Saturday. We visit here on a Monday morning, the Ganganelli Square and town center was occupied for the market. And is too bad, because you can't have a nice view of the monumental building in the squareIs really a huge market, is nice to stroll where you see a lots of local product....

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  • Piazza Ganganelli

    Is the main square in Santarcangelo di Romagna. As I mentioned earlier there was market held that day. Taking picture to a complete building is impossible. This is a very nice square it features the monumental arch dedicated to the Pope Clement XIV and a war memorial. It is surrounded by the town hall a school a portal to the past, a very special...

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  • La Rocca Malatesta and the park beyond

    It was not our lucky day during this trip. This is the second castle closed during our visit. We can only admire from outside. On our way back to where we have crossed all the market stalls, we found a nice spot to have a good view of the fortress. This castle underwent some renovations to better use as a residence. Keeping only some environments,...

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  • The clock tower another historical view

    Within the center of town if you wander around you will always find some historical view. In addition to the Rocca is the watchtower. The Clock Tower also known as the Campanone, dating back to the 1800s and is a symbol of the city appeared tradition. The bell tower is visible in town. We hadn't chance to get closer our time is up. But is nice to...

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  • The Collegiate Church

    A set of stairs led us up to Piazza Balacchi and the Collegiata Church which dates back to the 18th century. This is the town's main church and contains some notable works of art. The church of Santarcangelo is one of the most important buildings in the whole territory of Rimini, built between 1744 and 1758 by Gian Francesco Buonamici.Chamber...

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  • There are stairways

    What I've noticed around during our walk, some narrow street has a stairway. For some people with walk difficulties this would not be easy. The old town of Santarcangelo is pedestrian, you move with ease. Only care is to wear comfortable shoes, the streets are made of ancient cobblestones, there are stairways, followed by the inevitable steep...

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  • Triumphal Arch

    If you are coming with a car, parking lot is outside town, we walk for a while before we reach the main square. I thought because there was a market that day, but is another pedestrian town. It' was on 11th of November when we visited and there was some sort of a traditionOn the occasion of the great feast of St. Martin, which takes place on 11...

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  • Walking is best way to see the town

    I'm not surprised, every town in Italy were almost similar to each other. Narrow streets are for me best way to walk around. Houses are close together and some have wooden balconies. There are many reasons why it is worth discovering Santarcangelo. For its strong identity of Romagna and the atmosphere of great village marked by a fair pace of life,...

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  • Museo degli Usi e Costumi delle gente...

    For the lovers of the folclore and the etnografic memory the Museum of Usi and Costumi of People of Romagna is a stage of obligation. Here the places of the custom, the sideboards, the culture are discovered and u can find the antropological roots of this area

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  • Rocca Malatestiana

    The Rocca Malatestiana di Santarcangelo is one of these bench marks, most important strategic point and supreme example of roccaforte military. Laughed them to the 1386 but aspect they puts into effect is in great part which was given to them from Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta in 1447, like it documents the lapide of income of the rocca. Erected on...

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  • Sant'Arcangelo dei teatri

    From 30 years "Santarcangelo of the theatres" is the most important theatre event more important in international panorama, from attention to the vanguards to really new proposes of the artistic scene. The event that is carried out in the July month, transforms the small village of Santarcangelo in magical crossing between Middle Ages and a future....

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  • the tufo cave

    The medieval village, to the slopes of the Giove Mount, hides and reveals the traces of a medieval past between the sacred and profane essential ambiguity of, liturgies and witchcrafts, cult and heresy. Beyond the 150 coves basements, under the inhabited nucleus of the ancient one they live in the balance between contrasting interpretations with...

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Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna Restaurants

  • Great food at the market

    As we stroll around the market, we also seen some food stalls. We passing one to another and it looks pretty good. One I see a big roll sausage which I never seen a huge rolled sausage before. Is fun to look at it, while the guy was busy in slicedThere is a big tent where everyone can sit underneath for eating, a type of restaurant. Order your food...

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  • Romagna pasta and good carboiled meet

    the location of the restaurant is perfect, has been built to the medieval base of 'Rocca' of Sant'Arcangelo, using ancient ' ghiacciaia' (a cellar that was the 'old' refrigerators). The service is upper-middle, the chef stirs the tradition with innovations in the typical plates. The relationship price - food-service is optimal and the ambient is...

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Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna Nightlife

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    by ludogatto Written Aug 6, 2005

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    In the night of Saint Lorenzo in the public squares and of beyond 150 Cities of the Wine it returns "Calici di stelle" and "the Nights of Stars", an event that re-unites astrofili, producers of wines and other gastronomic specialties in one magical evening of tastings and falling stars. The event is organized from the National Association City of the Wine and from the Italian Union Astrofili and it is carried out in contemporary in all Italy, the public squares and the garden of Common strongly wine vocation. Every City of the Wine will introduce to the many waited for visitors the best local productions, between which very many wines made up of vitigni native. The initiative is taken advantage also of the collaboration of the Movement turimo of the wine.
    Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna (Rn) is one of this place.
    U can buy a crital wine glass for 5 Euros and u can tast in 22 cellars the best romagna wine eating typical product like strozzapreti or piadina with squcquerone cheese.
    In the hitoriccal city center from 20.30 to 24.00

    Degustazione di vini e prodotti tipici del territorio. Gruppi musicali. Centro storico, dalle 20,30 alle 24.

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Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna Local Customs

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    by ludogatto Written Aug 6, 2005

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    In the summer the 'Santarcangiolesi' love to spend the evening and the night sitting in the street in front of their house talking with the neighborouds thaking fresh air....this was the way to spend the night before TV, in front a glass of Sangiovese red wine....
    I love to talk a lot so in Sant'Arcangelo it's easy for me to stop for half an hour talking about the weather with a old man ro asking about the time of Fellin that love to spend time in this place with Tonino Guerra filmwriter.
    So in this way I found a place of the memory, It look like a shop, but is the garage of the house of this special men: he is a tru santarcangiolese, but I love to travel in the worl from Burkina Faso to Togo from Indonesia to Thailand in the '80, alone or with some special friend....but the hear is in Sant'ARcangelo so he collect pics of the old town, u can have a look on the past, and in the second room a compleate exibition of the pics of his travel....u can have also a look to the tufo cave of the city...
    I don't know the address but u can find him easily walking in the little street or ask to the people...he is well known there!

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