Via San Martino

Scorcio Via San Martino (R. Cardini)
Scorcio Via San Martino (R. Cardini)
To get an idea of the wealth of the city of Pisa in the thirteenth century, just walk along the road axis that connects Piazza Guerrazzi to Corso Italia, via San Martino. Sumptuous buildings from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries still show the structures of the medieval tower houses, with ferrules decorated with various geometric patterns and ceramic basins. This street, in Roman times, was the city stretch of the via æmilia Scauri, a road built by Marco Emilio Scauro in 103 BC that, from the Via Aurelia, reached the Gaul regions, and in the Middle Ages it was called 'carraia maiora', with artisan shops, warehouses and homes of merchants from all over the world.
Last update: 31/03/2021
TOWER'S GARDEN
70m
Pietro Da Pisa, 6
Recapito 3201538598
LA DIMORA
80m
San Bernardo, 22
Recapito 347 0792363
LA GALLERIA
150m
Viale Antonio Gramsci galleria A, 3
Recapito 050 960171
TUSCANY GALLERY B&B
150m
Via Amerigo Vespucci, 96, piano1°
Recapito 333 6011287
TRATTORIA DA CUCCIOLO
60m
V. Rosselmini, 9
Recapito 050 26086
NUMERO UNDICI DI GRIFFA MARCO
70m
Via S. Martino, 47
Recapito 050 27282
AL-MADINA
80m
Via S. Martino, 41/45
Recapito 050 20409