Things to see and do - Cosenza
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Cosenza Travel guide
Cosenza : Michelin's recommendations
The modern city is dominated by the old town whose streets and palazzi recall the prosperity of the Angevin and Aragonese periods, when Cosenza was considered the artistic and religious capital of Calabria. Step back in time in this historic district, where the 12C-13C cathedral still houses the mausoleum containing the heart of Isabella of Aragon. The queen died just outside Cosenza in 1271 on the way back from Tunis with the body of her father-in-law, St Louis, king of France.
Tourist attractions Cosenza : Things to see and do
I - 87100 Cosenza
This mountain range lies on a high plateau of 1 700km² whose forests of larch pine and beech trees alternate with prairies at an average altitude of 1 200m. The Parco Nazionale della Calabria visitors' centre, near Camigliatello, enables visitors to ..
Via delle Medaglie d'Oro, 1 I - 87100 Cosenza
Hotel Royal offers modern accommodation with Wi-Fi access. It is right in the heart of Cosenza, a 2-minute walk from the main street Corso Mazzini and its open-air museum, MAB. Guest rooms come with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and a TV. The Royal..
Via Del Tigrai 3 I - 87100 Cosenza
Situated in central Cosenza, the stylish Hotel Centrale is set in the heart of the shopping district. This property features a 24-hour front desk, modern rooms, free Wi-Fi and a free garage. All air conditioned, rooms offer a minibar, a flat-screen ..
Via Raffaele Coscarella I - 87100 Cosenza
The Link Hotel is located near the A3-motorway exit, and provides modern furnishings, a welcoming bar and restaurant. It is 2 km from central Cosenza and has free Wi-Fi throughout. The bright rooms at the Link Hotel offer warm colours, carpeted floo..
via Panebianco 452 I - 87100 Cosenza
viale Giacomo Mancini 28 I - 87100 Cosenza
via Raffaele Coscarella I - 87100 Cosenza
A pleasant, modern restaurant on the outskirts of town, offering fish and meat specialities accompanied by a good selection of wines. Two LCD screens on the walls broadcast images of the chefs at work in the kitchen.