Tasso square (Piazza Tasso) is a square in the southern city of Sorrento, Italy.
Piazza Tasso, located in the center of Sorrento, Naples, is the most lively square in the area. The square is not large. In the center stands a bronze statue of Tasso, the proud and famous poet of Sorrento. The square is surrounded by traditional Neapolitan houses. A small square with flavor.
It is the center of the town, chic and elegant, surrounded by a variety of small shops, operating some of the classic features of Nanyi, worth a visit.
Came to the Piazza della Tasso, the center of Sulliento, home of Torquato Taso, the last great Renaissance poet, whose masterpiece, “Liberated Jerusalem”, depicts the first Crusade leader, Brenni, who captured Jerusathan from 1096 to 1099 Cold story. Goethe wrote the poet's play, and Liszt wrote his famous symphonic poems in 1849. Now in the Tranoba Museum, there are Tassau relics, archaeological objects, and so on, Sulliento's central square is named after Tassau. The statue of Tasso stands in the middle of the square. It is also the most lively part of Sulliento's town, known for its summer baths and summer resorts in winter. The stylish cafes on the street and the lovely carriages that attract tourists give a great feel for the holiday and leisure atmosphere. The most lively neighborhood near Tasso Square, along the right side of the square to the Villa Comunale Park in the Linhai Sea, overlooks the beach, overlooks Vesuvius, and offers a glimpse of the Procida island's silhouette on the left.