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Monuments and Museums

Walking through the tiny streets of the old town in an up and down of alleys and lanes, you will see the different Eras that characterize Ancona and its background: from Ancient Rome to the Renaissance to its fascinating Greek origins. The Trajan’s Arch, the Cathedral called Duomo, Teatro delle Muse, Palazzo Ferretti, the Venetian-style Loggia dei Mercanti, Palazzo del Senato and Palazzo del Governo, the ancient and evocative Fontana del Calamo and Fontana delle Tredici Cannelle, Mole Vanvitelliana… these are just some of the spots you really cannot miss.

Colline, vallate, spiagge si alternano tra panorami incantevoli e suggestivi che spaziano dal Monte Conero al Golfo di Ancona fino all’orizzonte, per una vista spettacolare e unica in Italia, perché qui, in estate, il sole sorge e tramonta sul mare.



Inspiring places

Discovering the Conero Coast

Sirolo

Sirolo Have you ever heard of the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’? With its picturesque landscape, beaches and the unmistakable stacks of the Baia delle Due

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Discovering the Conero Coast

Osimo

Osimo Perched on two flanking hills dotting the Marche region, Osimo is a splendid city of art and history, located a few kilometres from the

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Ancona & Surroundings

Fabriano

Fabriano Fabriano is a small town in the province of Ancona, surrounded by the hills and mountains of the Umbria-Marches Apennines. It is located in

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