The route starts at the eighteenth-century “Palazzo Leopardi”, birthplace of the poet, in a small piazza
which features in the poem “Saturday in the village” and is still inhabited by his descendants.
One can visit the library collected by the author’s father, Count Monaldo, who was also a City Administrator.
It contains manuscripts and other objects which shed light on the development and life of the poet. After the
palace the route leads to Mount Tabor, the famous “Hill of infinity”, with its view of the fabulous interior landscape and the “Monti Azzurri” (the well-known “Blue Mountains”).
Next one can visit the Leopardi literary park, and from there continue towards the city center. On the way one can admire the Church of Augustine. Its bell tower, which is visible from the cloister, is the “Torre Antica” (the Ancient Tower) celebrated in the “il Passero Solitario” (the Solitary Thrush).
Arriving finally in the Piazza Leopardi, behind a monument dedicated to poet lies the City Hall, while to the right of the statue there is the Town Tower.