Going along the Caboto seafront, you’ll reach the most ancient part of the city where the 57 meters high bell tower of the Duomo stands, where most of the sailing boats are and at the end of the promenade, the school of the Guardia di Finanza. In this area the church of St. Giovanni a Mareis placed. The church with an Arab-style dome is completely different from the other churches in town. From this point, walking up the hill, you’ll reach the medieval neighbourhood. It’s not surprising that tourists are always fascinated by this maze of small streets, towers, stares, portals and small bell towers remained unspoiled just like it used to be 8 centuries ago.  And again churches play a leading role also in this area: it is worth visiting the recently renovated church of St. Luciaand the most ancient church of St. Caterina, reconstructed by King Ferdinand II in 1852. Continuing our tour along via Aragonese, we’ll find the massive castle standing over the entire medieval quartier. The castle is called Angioino-Aragonese because it is composed of two buildings, and featured by a beautiful roof top terrace, from which the view is breath-taking, and where lots of cultural and musical events are hosted. As already said, Gaeta is also known as the town of a hundred churches, so we just can’t forget to mention the church of St. Francesco, the most amazing church in town. Not surprisingly this church happens to be the most popular wedding location chose in central Italy. After being closed for many years, in 1927 was finally ready to host ceremonies and events. The church, just like the bell tower of the Duomo, isn’t only architecturally, historically and religiously interesting, but also represents one of the town’s symbols. With all the amazing treasures to be discovered and photographed all over the town, especially in the old part, it could take hours if not days to walk around all the alleys and small streets of Gaeta. Gaetais not a big town, but as seen until now, a maze of small streets, so if you don’t want to get lost it is important if not mandatory to walk around with a map or at least a GPS, just in case.