Things to see
If you turn left when you come from Piacenza, you will find most of the historic buildings of the town. The first important building you will notice is the mediaeval Castle, built by the Malaspina and today the Town Hall. Further on is the church of San Germano, the old pieve rebuilt and decorated last century. There is an impressive cycle of frescoes by Luciano Ricchetti inside, while the bell tower next to the church was built on the base of the Romanesque tower.
The Torrazzo is also interesting. Built in the 16th century and altered by restorations, it is still privately owned today.
To reach the chapel of San Giacomo, from the 12th century, you must go in the opposite direction, where there are also some fine homes.