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..
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Ever since I have started to study tourism subjects (especially marketing), I have always looked at Le Marche as my future field of work where, one day, I could apply my knowledge. I could totally picture myself helping the local Destination Management Organization to promote my beautiful region within the national boundaries and, more likely,..
What I LOVE about the Marche is that, not only we have the whole Italy in one region, but also that we can boast the best of each part of it. Let’s talk about the beaches, for example. We can offer every kind of beaches you can think of, both for families, solo travellers, adventurers..
Among all the Christmas traditions some of them may be in common with many other regions and, more generally speaking, with the entire Italian peninsula. However le Marche can boast one Christmas tradition that is uniquely ours: I focarò (bonfire) della Venuta (arrival). December, 10th marks the day of Our Madonna of Loreto, which celebrates..
Have you ever wondered the origin of a country’s name? Here’s a smattering of history to introduce you the origin of Le Marche. The history of Le Marche dates back to the Stone Age, and has undergone some extremely violent periods. The Picens were the first population to leave important traces that forged the beauty..
Le Marche from two different points of view: Laura’s and Isabelle’s. We will guide you trough unique traditions, stunning landscapes, rare treasures, delicious food of this region, in centre Italy, both in English and Dutch. May our words be not enough, here is your first challenge: move across our pages, get the gist of the stories..