The tour that we are about to take you in used to be one “must do” as a field trip back in my school days. It is indeed a tour that you can easily cover in one day. In total it is 22 km and fairly flat, so you can also do it by bike…
From May 1st to 4th, Ancona always celebrate a big festival in honour of their patron saint, San Ciriaco. Unfortunately, this year it was canceled because of the corona restrictions, but we really hope that we can be there next year when hundreds of stalls open on the Viale della Vittoria. Who was San Ciriaco?..
Manchester is to the textile manufacture as Cabernardi is to the sulphur mine (only a matter of different fame all over the world). 😉 Are we exaggerating it a bit? Not at all, take a look at what we discovered. Cabernardi is one of the biggest hamlets in the surrounding of Sassoferrato. During our visit..
If you are struggling between the hustle and bustle of the everyday life, come with us to a very special, and silent, place: the Hermit Church or Eremo of San Cataldo in Esanatoglia. It is quite remote, we have to warn you, but hence the name! The monks are not famous for choosing crowded places,..
2020 has just begun, but for us it is already a year full of important milestones. It isn’t only us that want to celebrate, rather also our friends down under and overseas! Both Lonely Planet (we talked about it some posts ago), and The New York Times, marked Le Marche, and Urbino in particular, as..
Thirty years ago, the grave of a rich Picen lady was discovered in Sirolo, possibly a princess or queen of this people: the excavated objects must have been of inestimable value at that time: a coach with seats for two, many jewels of glass beads, shells, and bronze glasses and a whole harness. The woman..