There are so many churches and a large number of exciting museums; Museo Civico which contains the sarcophagus of St Isaac 912th century) and two tablets dating from the 3rd century B.C inscribed with the order that trees should not be cut down in the Spoleto Valley and were to be considered sacred. Pinacoteca Comunale, The Municipal Picture Gallery which houses numerous objects of artistic value along with furniture from the 13th – 18th centuries and numerous century old frescoes, that could allow me to ramble on. And I have to mention the Roman amphitheater, Roman Theater, built in the
Imperial period, even today various performances are held here in the summer as well as several concerts during the Festival of the Two Worlds. and Teatro Nuovo. And then there is Via Fontana Secca which is lined with medieval and Renaissance houses and considered to be one of Spoleto’s finest streets. Spoleto is definitely a walking city. Whether you are traipsing along on a Via, Vicolo, Corso, a cobble stone alley or a rubble path, there is beauty and little surprises to be found everywhere.