Where to go

Marche

1 of 4 - Ancona Railway Station
Trenitalia regional and long-distance trains connect Ancona with Milan, Bologna, Rome and Lecce. Ancona railway station is served by regional trains to the resorts along the Adriatic coast, such as Rimini, Riccione, Termoli, Polignano a Mare and many others.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
2 of 4 - Marches Region Airport
The airport is about 16 km from Ancona, with a direct connection to Castelferretti-Falconara railway station. This line serves Ancona railway station. There is also the Aerobus Raffaello shuttle service stopping at both railway stations.
Useful links
www.marcheairport.com
3 of 4 - Port of Ancona
The Port of Ancona is home to many companies operating ferry connections with Greece, Croatia and Albania. It is also an important port of call for cruise ships. The port is about 2 km from Ancona railway station and can be reached from the centre of Ancona on foot and by urban bus lines.
4 of 4 - Pesaro Railway Station
Pesaro railway station is served by Trenitalia long-distance trains to Ancona and other major Italian cities, including Lecce, Rome, Bologna and Milan.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
Marche

Thanks to its wonderful and unusual diversity, the Marches region emerges through harmonious and sinuous shapes, cliffs and caves alternating with unforgettable beaches. All the more, its hills evoke history, tradition and art, together with mountains fully equipped with ski lifts for skiing enthusiasts. Four seasons and countless destinations to meet every desire of people on holiday, from the discovery of tastes and traditions to the search for spirituality or well-being. Jewels of art and history, such as Urbino, the birthplace of Raphael, or Ascoli Piceno, the city of travertine, are just some destinations for visitors seeking culture and traditions. And don't miss the coast, dominated by the Conero, between stretches of fine sand, evocative scenery and still wild areas.

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Evocative scenarios from the sea to the hinterland: hills, villages and towns rich in history and tradition.