Things to see and do - Faenza
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Faenza gave its name to the ceramics known as faience, a varnished or enamelled earthenware produced in the town as early as the 15C. Also known as majolica in Italy (because of pottery imported from Mallorca), faience is still produced by numerous craftsmen in Faenza today and is renowned for its delicate clay, remarkable enamel work and brilliant colours.
Tourist attractions Faenza : Things to see and do
v.le Domenico-Baccarini 19 I - 48018 Faenza
The ceramic collections exhibited in this museum chart the global history of ceramics. On display are Italian and Renaissance Majolica. popular art pieces and productions from the far east. On the ground floor you can see a modern collection of ceram..
v. Santa-Maria-dell'Angelo 9 I - 48018 Faenza
Giovanni da Rimini, Palmezzano, Dosso Dossi and Rosselino are just some of the Italian artists represented in this vast collection. Some foreign paintings (portraits by Pourbus) complete the show.
P.za del Popolo I - 48018 Faenza
It's in this long narrow square bordered by arcades topped with galleries that you can see the Palace of the Podestà (12C) and the town hall (13-15C).
Corso Garibaldi 23 I - 48018 Faenza
Set in an elegant 19th-century building with a fascinating Art Nouveau hall, Hotel Vittoria is located in the historic centre of Faenza. The rooms are unique and offer free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV with Sky channels. Free parking is available nearb..
via Emilia Ponente 23 I - 48018 Faenza
This restaurant shaded by a large mature oak tree specialises in fish and seafood. The menu features creative dishes that are full of natural flavour. Try warm octopus with potatoes mashed with Brisighella olive oil or seafood risotto and shrimps wit..
via Naviglio, 25c I - 48018 Faenza
A family-run inn in the town centre. Access to the dining room is via a delicatessen that displays some of the house specialities - plenty of cheeses, hams and salamis, as well as a good selection of wines (over 1 000 different labels). Seasonal, loc..
vicolo Sant'Antonio 7 I - 48018 Faenza
New premises, opened in 2013, for owner-chef Remo who moved to Faenza from Brisighella. His cuisine is based on seasonal local dishes, such as meat and mushroom lasagne and braised meat dishes.