Go straight on in via Colsereno. You have to go beyond, on the left, palazzo Carlandi (XVI century); on the left there is the small square of S.Vincenzo, with the deconsecrated church dedicated to the saint.
It shows an interesting
gothic face with a big rosette and it's famous for its
cave where, perhaps, the martyr S.Sinferusa had hidden
to escape Adrian's
You can go on in via Colsereno as far as to meet via Inversata. This way was built when Villa d'Este was made, in1550. In fact Ippolito II ordered to build here the houses that were been demolished to erect his Villa d'Este.
The name of the way depends on this reason: the rebuilding was in the opposite order compared to the demolition, so the first rebuilt house was the last demolished house.
From via Inversata you can arrive to Largo Salvo d'Acquisto, where the tourist can finally see Rocca Pia, impressive upon the ruins of the Anfiteatro di Bleso. Now you can run along the side of the amphitheatre, coming down in via Aldo Moro as far as Largo Garibaldi, the starting point.