Grado ..

is a wonderful town,
full of history.

The roots of of Grado,  go back 1,500 years,
and the history is told through the
Roman-era churches and narrow, stone streets.

It has a modern town with a historic centre and although tiny,
, the little medieval quarter is the most charming part of Grado.
With lanes and courtyards, like a maze.
The old fishermen's houses are clustered together ,
almost on top of each other, with pretty squares and little bars and restaurants.




You had to have eyes looking everywhere ..
so much to take in!!

I will be back with more soon, but work calls
and then off to London to meet up with Leesa!!

Hope you enjoy the little tour.

Comments

  1. I enjoyed it very much.
    Thank you! m.

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  2. What a gorgeous little place! Their buildings are so quaint

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  3. Hi Anne,

    You were right; my eyes din't know where to look! So many quaint and charming details.
    Bellissima!
    xox

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  4. It looks lovely there. Thanks for sharing your photos and trip.

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  5. Lots of green in Grado !! loved that aged rustic patina.

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  6. Wow, I'm very jealous, how gorgeous. Love your photos. x

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  7. Wonderful photos - very atmospheric. I liked the one of the steps. I like taking photos like that, or of side streets. Hope all is well with you and that you are enjoying this wonderful weather that we are having at the moment.

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  8. Italy is a fantastic country. I never came further east there than Venice, but I see that I have missed a region!

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  9. It looks amazing and so historic. I would love to see Italy one day!! Enjoy your time with Leesa. Take care. Diane

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  10. Grado is charming! My favorite photo is the first one on the left. The three flower pots climbing the pole. Sweet!

    Happy Easter Anne!

    xox
    Constance

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  11. Lovely! Imagine living in a little place in the higher building and looking down at people having a coffee. :D

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  12. Anne, as you can imagine I am thoroughly enjoying your posts about your trip to Italy.

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  13. photos are so good... looks a such a lovely place too :-)

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  14. lovely town, lovely churches. :)

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