Lonely Planet recommends region Le Marche in Italy

February 6th, 2020


Urbino city (Wikipedia photo)

Urbino city (Wikipedia photo)

The discreet charm of Le Marche conquers the Lonely Planet, which has always been considered the travelers’ Bible. Our region ranks second among the destinations to visit in 2020. This is the now traditional “Best in travel 2020 – Top ten regions” ranking, in which the Marches are the flagship of Italy.

A great satisfaction for our territory that offers art, good food, nature and culture in one place and is increasingly ready to welcome those who have chosen or who will choose to spend their holidays here.

Here is how the famous guide justifies this choice:

It looks like the understudy is finally ready to take centre stage. Though the main roles usually go to its superstar neighbour, Tuscany, the Le Marche region of Italy has just as wide a repertoire. It can do higgledy-piggledy hilltop towns, gloriously gluttonous food festivals, resplendent Renaissance palaces, winding countryside and inviting beaches with equal panache, but with the added bonus that its attractions are much less well known. In 2020, the spotlight will shine brightly here as Urbino, Le Marche’s most picturesque city, leads the celebrations to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of the great Renaissance painter – and local boy made good – Raffaello.


What better opportunity then to come to our unique and spectacular region? During your tour you can, when you are on the Adriatic coast, you can stay here at the Hotel Marina di Fano (Pesaro Urbino).

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