Italy is full of picturesque towns and Ancona is one of them. Here you will find many interesting historical sights and visit multiple cultural events. The town offers so many different routes and excursions, that there is no wonder why this place is so attractive among tourists, who want to see priceless architectural sights, museums with their rich collections, and sacred places with their own eyes.
Hotel Della Rosa is situated close to the main train station of Ancona. This comfortable hotel has its own unique style. Clients can get spacious rooms with luxurious hardwood floors and high...
Loggia Mercanti remains the symbol of this town for already many centuries. It was built in the middle of the 15th century. Initially Loggia was made to perform as a square for merchants; today this place is used to store important conferences and events. The Church of Holy Maria is one of “must-see” places in Ancona. This is a magnificent example of the Roman style. The church was built in the 11th -12th centuries. During periods of war the church was also used as a fortress. Another important historical sight is Arco di Traiano that has been built on the highest point of dam and is considered the main decoration of the haven. The monument is built to honor the Roman Emperor and is named after him.
The local infirmary is most large-scale architectural complex of the town. It was built in the 18th century and occupies the territory of 20,000 sq. m. Once the building was among powerful protective facilities, but then it was turned into a military hospital. If you enjoy visiting galleries, then you simply can’t miss to attend Pinacoteca Comunale – a picture gallery with rich exhibitions of Italian painters who worked in the 18th - 19th centuries.
Many couples coming to Ancona in search of romance and seclusion prefer Complesso Residenziale Augustus aparthotel. It can be safely called the most romantic apartment hotel in the city. Each of its...
Wonderful nature of Ancona is better to be viewed in Parco del Conero. This park has some really rare and exotic trees and plants, picturesque caves and rocky cliffs. The Museum of Gomer for blind people is among most unusual cultural places. All exhibits featured in this museum can be touched, so you will not find old and famous masterpieces here. However, the precise copies allow seeing the glory of painters who lived in ancient Greece.