Urbino is one of the most beautiful towns in central Italy. It is located in the north of the Marche region, near the border with the region of Emilia-Romagna. Historic Centre of Urbino is very small, has an area of only about 1 square kilometer. Since 1998 it is also on the UNESCO list.
You will enter the city center through the gates, which are part of the original fortifications. The most famous landmark of the town is the Palazzo Ducale. It is one of the most beautiful examples of the Renaissance style in Italy and together with Neoclassical Duomo di Urbino form a breathtaking panorama of the city.
Grotte di Frasassi
Grotte di Frasassi are breathtaking caves located about 45 km from Ancona. A guided tour takes about 75 minutes. This unique complex of caves near the town of Jesi was created by Sentino river.
Hollowed out a system of interconnected caves that are about 18 km long. It was discovered in 1948. The public can see only a kilometer of the underground beauty, but it contains a huge hall of Grotta del Vento.
Italy has everything, sights, mountains, good food, but their most important part is the sea that surrounds almost all the country. If you are one of those millions of people that visit this country in summer months to relax on the beach, then this tip is for you!
Conero Riviera is considered one of the most beautiful maritime destinations in all of Italy. There are many beaches that you will like here, e.g. Due Sorelle or San Michele.
Abruzzo National Park
Abruzzo National Park (Parco Nazionale d’Abruzzo) is one of the most important nature reserves in Europe. The park is bounded on the east by the Adriatic Sea and stretches on an area of two Italian regions – Abruzzo and Molise.
It was the first national park in Italy founded already in September 1923. Its mountain peaks, leafy forests, and beautiful lakes are home to remarkable fauna, it protects even brown bears, wolves, and chamois. The landscape is perfect for hiking. You’ll find a lot of marked trails here and many beautiful views.