Via San Quirico - From Via Mulini Vecchi, Italy

Via San Quirico - From Via Mulini Vecchi, Italy
Via San Quirico - From Via Mulini Vecchi, Italy
Via San Quirico, in Cisternino, Italy, is a typical and charming white-stone major street that runs between two central piazzas, offering visitors a glimpse into the city's past. The street is lined with old-fashioned shops and other stores, tucked between cobblestone walkways, churches and narrow alleys. San Quirico is known for its beautiful flower balconies, a characteristic feature of the old town's architecture. At the end of San Quirico, visitors can admire the Palazzo D'Azzurra (Blue Palace), a 16th century structure, and the remains of the old castle. On the side streets and in the alleys, the traditional whitewashed homes and trulli, the traditional Apulian buildings, can be found and admired. In the center of Cisternino, visitors can explore the Church of San Rocco, founded in 1651, and visit the many bars and restaurants.