Pesaro has got its historical masterpiece in the Dome, with its large mosaic floor (900 square meters), which extends to the whole church; the Civic Museums are organized into a Portrait Gallery and a Ceramics Museum; the house of Gioachino Rossini, where the famous composer was born in 1972, now as museum; the interesting Museo Archeologico Oliveriano; the majestic and refined Villa Imperiale, built in the second half of XV century in the hill named Colle San Bartolo by Lord Alessandro Sforza, and the beautiful Villa Caprile with its water-games still working in the garden.

Urbino, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998, is the Renaissance of the new millennium. Palazzo Ducale, built by the great Duke Federico Da Montefeltro, with its rooms, its famous facade with the turrets and the magnificent courtyard is a wonderful example of architecture of the time and is home to Marche National Gallery with precious paintings by Piero della Francesca, Lorenzo Laurana and Raffaello Sanzio, whose house has been converted into a museum.

Fano, a pretty Roman town on the Adriatic coast. Within Palazzo Malatestiano Palace there are Pinacoteca (paintings gallery) and the Archaeological Museum, the huge walls of Romane Empire age, connected to Arco d’Augusto, the ancient gateway to the city of Via Flaminia (connected to Rome) and the graves of the Malatesta family in the portico of the former church San Francesco.

Urbania, the ancient town known as Casteldurante in ‘500, has got the most beautiful majolica production of the Renaissance. Palazzo Ducale has got a valuable library, the Museum, the Pinacoteca (Art Gallery). One km from the historic center there is Barco Ducale, hunting grounds of the Dukes, dominates an area of ​​great natural charm.

Cagli is a charming town full of monuments, of great interest in the church of San Domenico are frescoes by Giovanni Santi, father of Raffaello Sanzio.

Gradara, with its fascinating castle, evokes the romantic love story of Paolo and Francesca, immortalized by Dante Alighieri in Divina Commedia (the masterpiece of Italiana medieval literature).

Mondavio stands proud, dominating the valleys of Metauro and Cesano and even today you can breathe the atmosphere of the past: the rooms are experienced by knights and ladies in wax, with the costumes and the lights of the time.