Located in the historic centre of Cremona, this cafe has an inner space spread over two floors as well as outdoor tables to sit and enjoy a hot sandwich (especially during the cold month of November, when the Turin Festival takes place). Prices are in line with the other restaurants in the area, the service is friendly and fast, and if you want the bathroom ... be prepared to queue!
A little bar where you can eat well and cheaply. The Bolero is located near the Piazza Comune, in Solferino Street. The atmosphere is nice and quiet, and the interior rooms are pleasantly decorated with wooden tables and shelves on the walls, where interesting bottles are displayed. During the summer, you can sit outside on the tables overlooking the quiet side street. The menu is filling, and delicious - try the "chicce della nonna" with gorgonzola and walnuts! The desserts are also excellent. Highly recommended, especially for a quick lunch.
Court Sant 'Anna in the province of Lodi, its a rural town along the Via Francigena, a pilgrimage route leading from Central Europe to Rome which the Archbishop of Canterbury toured at the end of 900AD. For country lovers, this magical place is located at the confluence of the Lambro into the Po, a relaxing river walk.
Friendly attentive service, good atmosphere and reasonable prices at this fashionable cafe-bar in Plaza del Duomo. Cocktails, spritz (so fashionable in Italy), or Martini Royale on the terrace with views of the cathedral, are a luxury in Cremona.