Ascoli Piceno Historic Center Tour

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Your tourist guide in Marche and Abruzzo

Strolling through the streets of Ascoli Piceno, through the alleys divided between shade and sun, is tantamount to actually leafing through a book of Italian art history, coming across the most representative and expressive illustrations …(Sartre)

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Sightseeing of the historical centre of Ascoli Piceno

The route is dedicated to the town of 100 towers: Ascoli Piceno   MEETING POINT: Arringo Square or De Gasperi Street DURATION: 3 hours, half day   TRANSPORT: walking route Extra costs could be expected to enter into some sites NOTES: The route could be changed...

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The most beautiful village in Italy: Offida

The route is dedicated to one of the most beautiful villages in Italy in the Piceno territory: Offida MEETING POINT: Lacemakers' Square DURATION: 3 hours, half day   TRANSPORT: walking route Extra costs could be expected to enter into some sites NOTES: The route could...

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Let yourself be fascinated by our villages

Each itinerary can be modified according to your every need .. be guided with professionalism in the most evocative medieval villages of the province of Ascoli Piceno

Itineraries Museums

 

Municipal Art Gallery

The Municipal Art Gallery is situated in the Town Hall, Arengo Palace, and it is considered one of the most important museums in Marche Region, second only to the National Art Gallery of Urbino. It was instituted in 1861 with the transfer of works of art from the...

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Diocesan Museum

The Diocesan Museum was opened to the public in 1961 with the aim to collect and exhibit works of sacred art coming from all over the territory of Ascoli Diocese, in order to protect them, to highlight their artistic value and, sometimes, to save them from the risk of...

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Museum of the Early Middle Ages

The museum is located in the wonderful site of Malatesta Fortress; at the beginning, in the XIV century, the fortress was built by Galeotto Malatesta, Lord of Rimini. Then, the architect Antonio da Sangallo, the Younger, was appointed by Pope Paul III Farnese to erect...

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Travel Tips

Access this section to find out where to stay, the best restaurants in the area, the parking areas near the historic centers and much more ..