Marche in Italy

How to arrive


The A14 motorway (Bologna-Taranto) crosses the region from north to south. Numerous state roads connect the region with Rome through the Apennines.


The railway network in the Marche includes about 380 km of lines with over 60 stations.


• the Milan – Ancona – Lecce line which crosses the entire region from north to south and connects the main coastal centers, in turn connected to the hinterland by trains or buses;

• the Rome – Ancona line, which connects the capital with the Adriatic Sea. With Freccia Rossa you travel from Turin and Milan to Ancona with the only intermediate stop Pesaro.


The Raffaello Sanzio airport in Ancona connects the Marche with various Italian and foreign destinations.


The port of Ancona connects the Marche with Greece, Croatia and Albania. Cruise ships also call at the port of Ancona during the year. Info ferry timetables.


There are also numerous buses connected from Italy and abroad.

Discover the Marche

The Marche is a cosmopolitan region, which has ancient roots, ready to offer competitive tourism proposals on the global market through thematic clusters, routes that represent the various facets, the many different types of tourism that this fantastic territory can offer to visitors. Each section contains all the useful information to better organize your holiday, from information and curiosities about the artistic and cultural heritage, to natural beauties, to recommended itineraries, to attractions not to be missed, to structures where to stay, to gastronomic and handicraft specialties. .

What to do in Marche region

The brands allow you to visit beautiful destinations, take new itineraries, practice activities such as walking, cycling or by sea.

The Marche above all offers numerous experiences to follow that will take us into the world of art and allow us to become artists ourselves with specific workshops (on crafts, on chocolate processing and others).