The Medieval Workshop Area

The Medieval Workshop Area, in the historical centre of Subiaco, is characterised by narrow streets and small squares. It is in this picturesque area that, until a few years ago, the city's old artisan workshops could be found.

The ancient workshop area occupies a strategic location within the territory of Subiaco and covers the area from Piazza Sant’Andrea, where the Basilica di Sant'Andrea and the City Hall are located, to Piazza Benedetto Tozzi.

 

 

Address: Località Borgo Medievale degli Opifici
00028 - Subiaco (Rm) - Italy

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Piazza Santa Maria della Valle

Piazza Santa Maria della Valle

Located near the Rocca dei Borgia, Piazza Santa Maria della Valle is a well-preserved Medieval square considered by many as one of the most beautiful places in Subiaco. The neoclassical Church of Santa Maria della Valle overlooks the square. Address: Piazza Santa Maria della Valle 00028 - Subiaco (Rm)…

Triumphal Arch

Triumphal Arch

Porta Pio VI, the stunning medieval arch built at the entrance to the historical city centre of Subiaco, is a charming and well-preserved monument. Formed by a beautiful white arch supported by two piers and columns and crowned with a massive decorated entablature, it is considered one of the most important…

Piazza Sant'Andrea

Piazza Sant'Andrea

Piazza di Sant’Andrea is the meeting point for the local population and the place where the city's main streets meet. The stunning Cattedrale di Sant’Andrea Apostolo, a remarkable example of neoclassical architecture, overlooks the square. Address: Piazza Sant'Andrea 00028 - Subiaco…

Piazzetta Chiesa di San Pietro

Piazzetta Chiesa di San Pietro

Subiaco is known for its monasteries: that of Saint Scholastica and the Monastery of Saint Benedict, the Sacro Speco or Holy Cave, defined by Petrarch as "limen paradisi", which means "the border of paradise", due to its stunning beauty.  From Piazzetta Chiesa di San Pietro,…

Piazza Pietra Sprecata

Piazza Pietra Sprecata

From the 14th to the 16th century, Piazza Pietra Sprecata, near the Rocca dei Borgia, was a key location in Subiaco as it was the meeting point of the city's main streets. The oldest building overlooking the square was the residence of Juan de Torquemada, the first  commendatory abbot, who…