And do not forget the visit of the “alleys” of the city forming the historical centre in simpler but more authentic look, as enriched in the architecture of small houses and narrow streets, squares and balconies full of flowers that run in a series of salts and down, respecting the nature of the rugged territory in a succession of charming and intimate squares, ancient railings and delicate ceramic colours, placed here and there to decorate homes.
The feudal nobility and soul of the city is rather well expressed in the baroque facades of historic Via S. Bonaventure etc.. (Gravina Palace, Palazzo Spadaro, Peace Palace, etc..)
On the top of that scale are also placed, recently opened, the art gallery and library of the city, located in the ancient college of St. Augustine.