With its medieval hilltop towns, lush countryside, hearty cuisine and longstanding traditions, Le Marche is region that deserves to be recognized for its own history and cultural identity. That's all of Italy wrapped up into one region. Here is a list of 30 must-places.
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In the heart of the city there is the XVIII century Palace built by the Buonaccorsi family, nowadays a property of the municipality, which hosts some art collections (the Museum of the Carriage and collections of ancient and modern art). Endowed with an inner court and an Italian garden, the palace boasts a characteristic entrance hall, paved with oak wood, and ceiling coffers bearing baroque and rococo mythological paintings. A charming work by Michelangelo Ricciolini, The wedding of Bacchus and Ariadne, is painted on the barrel vault. Lavish and elegant paintings frame the weddings celebrated in the Aeneid Hall.
Macerata - Cathedral of Saint Julian, Macerata - Lauro Rossi Theatre, Macerata - Church of San Filippo, Macerata - Sanctuary of Mercy, Macerata - Civic Museums of Buonaccorsi Palace, Macerata - Diving Center Macerata, Macerata: The Mozzi library, Macerata - Diaz Gardens, Macerata – Parco di Villa Lauri (Villa Lauri Park), Macerata - The Sferisterio
Flavors and Craft:
Macerata – The Carnival of Macerata, Colli Maceratesi DOC, Macerata - Herb Market of Rampa Zara, Macerata - Market of Macerata, Vincisgrassi
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Art and Culture Rolling Hills and Ancient Villages
Different styles, sensational beauty
Art and Culture Spirituality and Meditation
The Marche and opera, an inextricable partnership.
Art and Culture
A paradise for good wine lovers
Skills and expertise Taste and tradition