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If you are holidaying in Le Marche, a car is a must to explore those out of the way hill-top towns and villages. Given the geography of the region, roads in Le Marche can be a bit winding and bumpy, and driving through those beautiful hill-top towns and villages can really challenge your manoeuvring and navigational skills. While driving through the mountains is a great scenic experience, the roads can be a little harrowing, and coastal tracks really only have room for one way traffic.
So, in order to make sure you enjoy driving in Le Marche, here are a few things worth knowing:
What You Will Need When Driving In Le Marche […]Italian Road Rules […]Italian Driving Etiquette […]
One of the most beautiful small towns in Italy. It actually belongs to an association called “I borghi più belli d’Italia” (“Italy’s most beautiful small towns”) which claims to have strict entry conditions. When we take our guests round the town, … Continue reading
This little borgo is mentioned in guidebooks for two things: for its excellent wine: Lacrima di Morro d’ Alba and the internal covered passageway (the “Scarpa”) built into its walls. The former will not disappoint, and the latter has its charm, but a … Continue reading
“Siamo convinti che il turismo è per le Marche e per tutto il Paese una ricchezza da valorizzare utilizzando ambiente, cultura, territorio, enogastronomia e il genio della nostra imprenditoria.” Così ha detto Gian Mario Spacca, il presidente della Regione Marche … Continue reading