All roads lead to Rome, or at least that’s how we learned it at school. In fact, all roads left from Rome and among those, the most important to the north was Via Flaminia. Laid out by censor Gaius Flaminius in 220 BC, this Via of Rome passed through Umbria, the Apennines, eventually ending in..
Category: Le Marche
Now that the borders have finally opened and you may have started planning your holidays, let’s have a look at how you can get to Le Marche. Do you like to travel by car ? Via Switzerland or Austria? Inquire via the ANWB or at the Touring about the costs of the vignettes and /..
Our blog Ecco Le Marche is almost 2,5 years old, and I have always wondered if any of our readers has ever travelled to Le Marche following one (or more) of our posts and advice. If some of you have, please share your thoughts and experience with us. And for those of you that haven’t..
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..
The whole purpose of us starting to write about Le Marche was to make our beautiful region famous among a wider audience. Apparently, things are starting to change. On October 22nd, the Australian worldwide famous travel guide Lonely Planet has published the “Top 20 regions in the world to visit in 2020 ” and it..
In our blog there is a special section that gathers the traditions all around Le Marche. Tradition is a very misused word, because what can be exactly known as a tradition? Tradition is something that should be passed down from generations to generations, because of its preciousness and uniqueness. And this is exactly what the..