A stair that goes from Via Garibaldi clambers up through one of the highest points of Narni: Via del Campanile is one of the most interesting and photographed corners of Narni.
One of the most beautiful narrow streets of Italy.
Arches superimposed on medieval windows and houses that seem to lean on each other in an incline that, at the end, meets the light on the bell tower of the Cathedral of Narni: there are many who are fascinated to walk this street in the heart of the historic center of Narni.
The bell tower, built between the half of the XI and the XIII century in Romanesque architecture, is a building square shape with outer walls in stone to regular courses and barrel vault.
Embedded in the walls are visible majolica of the Renaissance period.
Via del Campanile
Via del Campanile – 05035, Narni
You can reach the narrow street by walking from Via Garibaldi in the old town of Narni.
We are in the old town of Narni, in a limited traffic zone and for this reason it is suggested to park the car in the Suffragio parking from where it is possible to reach Via Garibaldi through elevators.
Continue to walk with us discovering what to see inside the walls of Narni.
Or discover the points of interest of Narni and of its territory:
Along the itinerary of Via Flaminia, which enters Narni from the south becoming Vva Vittorio Emanuele, there is Roman Gate that in the XVIII century
The central aisle
Entering the Cathedral of Narni, from piazza Cavour it’s suggested to go in the center to look at the building in all of its elements:
Piazza Galeotto Marzio
Placed at the end of Via Mazzini and enriched by beautiful palaces which faced it, Piazza Galeotto owes its name to the big humanist from