This post is more about images than words. We are indeed in a little, we can say tiny village, of barely 150 inhabitants, Braccano. So, why do we focus on the images you could ask. The images are the murals that made this village famous. In the past it was Matelica the main reason to..
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Imagine to stroll down in a viale, boulevard right in a city centre, let’s say Ancona. And then feel suddenly like to sunbathe or swim into deep blue water. What would you do? Exactly what you’re looking forward to do! In Ancona, at least, you definitely can. In the area around the Passetto Monument, there is a..
As you may have noticed so far, Frasassi Caves’ area has lot to offer. In 2007 they made an incredible discovery in the Grotta of Frasassi (not to be confused with the caves): A 8 cm prehistoric fertility statue, at least 20,000 years old and rare for Italy. This finding was also given a name:..
We are all looking for recommendations when we travel. Either to experience the sense of local, or to avoid cons. Searching for the famous flags we talked about in our previous post can be a solution for that. This does not only apply to foreign tourists, but to local ones, too. And that is what..
Remember when we were talking about “Italy in a region”? Well, after caves, villages, mountain tracks, cooking traditions and vivid frescoes, let’s talk about our sea, the Adriatic Sea. Since summer is approaching, you may be interested in some sunny salty spot advice for your next holiday trip. Of course Le Marche has what it..
Cupra Montana – Verdicchio Capital. Home to the white wine Verdicchio, Cupramontana has what it takes to make you feel comfortable while sampling wine and local dishes. Since it’s my hometown, it was challenging to have the tourist’s gaze and try not to be too obvious. To make things clear from the beginning, I am..