Genga, Marche

Genga, Marche is a town in the regional park of Gola della Rossa e di Frasassi. It boasts the Bandiera Arancione (Orange Flag), a...

Giacomo Leopardi, Italy’s greatest Poet

Giacomo Leopardi was born in the small provincial town of Recanati, in the Marche region of Italy. He was a prolific writer, translator and...

Le Marche: Italy’s hidden tourist gem

This region might be less visited, but those who venture beyond Tuscany and Umbria will be rewarded with a hidden tourist gem. The name of...

A Silvia by Giacomo Leopardi

Giacomo Leopardi, probably the best-loved Italian poet, was born in Recanati, Macerata, Le Marche. Leopardi wrote A Silvia in 1828, moved by the untimely...

Beautiful Central Italian Cities

From north to south, Italy is a lovely country for a number of cultural, historical, and natural aspects. Not to mention the food! The...

Ancona, Le Marche

ANCONA Ancona is the capital of the Le Marche region, and therefore it's clearly a must visit during a trip to this region. Those travelling...

Why do Italians think Le Marche is the New Tuscany?

Le Marche is the new Tuscany because there are many similarities between the two regions. Le Marche is at the same latitude as Tuscany...

National Parks of Le Marche

LE MARCHE NATIONAL PARKS Sibillini Mountains National Park Conero National Park Gola Della Rossa and Frasassi Regional Park Monte San Bartolo Regional Park The region...

Urbino, Le Marche

URBINO, LE MARCHE When thinking of an artistic Italian city to visit, especially in the central regions, many flock to Florence, Assisi, or Siena. However,...

Top 10 Most Beautiful Le Marche Villages

TOP 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL LE MARCHE VILLAGES Province of Ancona: Corinaldo Province of Macerata: Cingoli Sarnano San Ginesio Province of Fermo: Moresco Servigliano Province of...

Try the Brodetto Fish Stew

The Brodetto Fish Stew is a traditional dish of the coast of the Marche region. Originally, fishermen and fish merchants made the stew to...

Why Should You Give the Marche Wine Region a Chance?

Called “the New Tuscany”, the Marche wine region is one of Italy’s last untouched wine regions and a must see for gourmet travellers. Le...