What to see in Pesaro
Art, history, sea, good food and lots of attractions for adults and children
A nice walk to discover the beauties of Pesaro could start from Piazza del Popolo where you find a beautiful marble fountain dated 1600 and Palazzo Ducale, where families Sforza and Della Rovere lived.
If from Piazza del Popolo you take Via Rossini, you’ll find the house of the famous composer Gioacchino Rossini and also the wonderful Cathedral.
Not far from the centre, at a five minutes’ walk,
you can also admire the ancient military fortress Rocca Costanza. Other places worth visiting are: Rossini Theatre, Church of San Agostino, Sanctuary of the Virgin of Graces, Civic museums, Conservatorio Rossini.
The bike path is one of the longest in Italy and it offers you a beautiful landscape as it runs along the sea. The town is quiet, but rich of night events during the Summer and full of shops.
We really liked thi beautiful 3 strars hotel in Pesaro. It is really close to the beach and near the inner city so we were able to walk around the way we liked. We really appreciated the politness of the staff and of the owners. We spent a great time also at the restaurant where we tasted a really delicious food. Excellent services.