Things to see and do - Anagni
Anagni Travel guide
Anagni : Michelin's recommendations
This small medieval town, overlooking the Sacco valley from its rocky spur, is the birthplace of several popes, including Boniface VIII (1235-1303). In 1303, the French king Philip the Fair accused Boniface VIII of heresy and corruption, in an episode which became known as the “Slap (or Outrage) of Anagni” .
Tourist attractions Anagni : Things to see and do
Via Leone XIII
This Romanesque edifice was built in the 11 and 12C on the site of a former acropolis and was remodelled in the 13C with Gothic additions. Outside you will admire the three Romanesque apses, the Roman campanile, and the statue of the unhappy pope Bon..
Nearly entirely made up of buildings from the 13C, this particularly evocative quarter is endowed with palaces, like that of Boniface VIII with its façade made up of two superposed galleries with openwork designs, and a town hall (or palazzo Communal..
Anticolana Km 0,300 I - 03012 Anagni
Hotel Città Dei Papi is just 200 metres from the Anagni exit on the A1 motorway, south of Rome. It offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi, and free parking. The restaurant at Città Dei Papi serves fresh fish and local specialities. Reception is o..
Via Casilina km 59.700 I - 03012 Anagni
Located in Anagni, Hotel Tarangiò has an à-la-carte restaurant and a shared lounge. It offers free Wi-Fi and accommodation with classic-style furnishings. Rooms at the Tarangiò come with simple furnishings and cool tiles. The private bathroom includ..
via Vittorio Emanuele 270 I - 03012 ANAGNI
Medieval atmospheres are evoked with the reference to Boniface VIII and the famous slap; rustic dining room divided in half by a brick archway decorated with vines along the walls.