Visit Marche

The Marche region of Italy is located in the Adriatic Sea, in the eastern part of the country. It is known for its stunningly beautiful rolling hills and picturesque villages. The cultural heritage of this region is immense, as it has been home to many powerful families throughout history.

A popular tourist destination in the Marche is Urbino, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998. Home to Palazzo Ducale and the National Gallery of the Marches, it's an ideal place to learn more about Italian art and history.

Another must-see destination in this area of Italy is Macerata. Situated on a hill overlooking two valleys, Macerata features incredible architecture from many different eras including Roman ruins and medieval palaces. During summer time visitors can enjoy music festivals like Arena Sferisterio or enjoy some delicious local food at one of its restaurants or bars.

The Marche region also boasts interesting historical facts such as being where Italian poet Gabriele D'Annunzio was born or having a strong wine making tradition that dates back to ancient times when Piceno wines were exported all over Europe from Ancona port city.

Cities in Marche