This is a posh and grand square. Most notably the big tall archway which you often find yourself entering through to get into the square. In the centre of the square is a merry go round, which whilst we were there was the setting for a bride and groom to come after their wedding. There are a few posh restaurants in the square, one of which sprays out fine water from the ceiling when the weather is hot. So dining in that restaurant is a welcome relief from the heat. The square itself is one of the lesser busy squares. You can usually walk through it without people walking into you, walking in front of you and generally stopping you in your path. It is however visibly a really nice posh and grand square but once you have seen it once there is not that much to do there, so you will probably find yourself passing through to get to the Duomo, other shopping areas, or the touristy areas.
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