Marche – Italy

Marche - Italy

http://blog.marcafermana.it/ – The Marche is one of the 20 Regions of Italy. The Italian name Le Marche is the plural of marca, and literally means “the Marches”, originally referring to the medieval March of Ancona and nearby marches of Camerino and Fermo.

The Marche are located in the Central area of the country, bordering Emilia-Romagna and the republic of San Marino to the north, Tuscany to the north-west, Umbria to the west, Abruzzo and Lazio to the south and the Adriatic Sea to the east. Except for river valleys and the often very narrow coastal strip, the land is hilly. In the nineteenth century, a railway from Bologna to Brindisi linked the Marche along the coastline of the entire territory. Inland, the mountainous nature of the region, even today, allows little travel north and south, except by rough roads over the passes. ( source Wikipedia )

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  1. Marco Lorenzetti says:
  2. Appartamento Belvedere_Short Lets says:

    ‪#‎Video‬ emozionante della nostra ‪#‎Regione‬, ‪#‎LeMarche‬
    Marche – Italy

  3. Marco Lorenzetti says:
  4. Celestino Bufalari says:

    ‪#‎Video‬ emozionante della nostra ‪#‎Regione‬, ‪#‎LeMarche‬
    Marche – Italy

  5. Bella Vallone says:

    *Why Travel to Le Marche in the Winter?*
    For people who don’t mind colder weather, winter can be a great time to
    visit Le Marche. Most of Italy sees fewer tourists during the winter
    season meaning that the main attractions, museums and art galleries are
    less crowded, and queues are shorter or non-existent.
    Winter weather in Italy ranges from the relatively mild across the southern
    mainland to the very cold and snowy inland, especially in the northern
    mountains. Even popular tourist destinations like Venice, Florence, and
    the hill towns of Le Marche can get a dusting of snow in winter. Although
    you’ll probably encounter some rain or snow during your visit, you will
    also be rewarded with many crisp, clear days.
    Early winter sunsets means you will have more time to enjoy cities and
    towns after dark. Many cities illuminate historical monuments so strolling
    through a city after dark can be both beautiful and romantic. Winter is
    also a great time to enjoy cultural events and performances in many of
    Italy’s elegant historic theaters.
    Highlights of the winter holiday season includes Christmas, New Year and
    Carnevale (Italian Mardi Gras). Italy celebrates Christmas and the winter
    holidays with special events and festivals, and the winter holiday season
    starts with the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception on December 8 (a
    National Holiday), and runs through to Epiphany, the 12th day of Christmas
    on January 6. We then have the Carnevale season, which is celebrated
    throughout Italy in late winter. Italian National holidays in winter are
    December 8, 25, and 26 and January 1 and 6.
    Prior to Christmas, Italian Christmas markets (Mercatino di Natale) start
    popping up in many Italian cities and towns. These range from small local
    markets to the huge daily Christmas markets in Naples that start around
    December 13, Santa Lucia Day. In Rome, Piazza Navona holds a huge fair
    with Babbo Natale, Father Christmas.
    New Year’s Eve, La Festa di San Silvestro, is celebrated on December 31,
    with fireworks, music, and dancing. Food, as usual forms a big part of the
    celebrations and parties often last until sunrise to welcome the first
    morning of the New Year. If you are celebrating New Year in Le Marche be
    sure to wear your lucky red underwear!
    http://www.bellavallone.com
    

  6. Bella Vallone says:

    *Why Travel to Le Marche in the Winter?*
    For people who don’t mind colder weather, winter can be a great time to
    visit Le Marche. Most of Italy sees fewer tourists during the winter
    season meaning that the main attractions, museums and art galleries are
    less crowded, and queues are shorter or non-existent.
    Winter weather in Italy ranges from the relatively mild across the southern
    mainland to the very cold and snowy inland, especially in the northern
    mountains. Even popular tourist destinations like Venice, Florence, and
    the hill towns of Le Marche can get a dusting of snow in winter. Although
    you’ll probably encounter some rain or snow during your visit, you will
    also be rewarded with many crisp, clear days.
    Early winter sunsets means you will have more time to enjoy cities and
    towns after dark. Many cities illuminate historical monuments so strolling
    through a city after dark can be both beautiful and romantic. Winter is
    also a great time to enjoy cultural events and performances in many of
    Italy’s elegant historic theaters.
    Highlights of the winter holiday season includes Christmas, New Year and
    Carnevale (Italian Mardi Gras). Italy celebrates Christmas and the winter
    holidays with special events and festivals, and the winter holiday season
    starts with the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception on December 8 (a
    National Holiday), and runs through to Epiphany, the 12th day of Christmas
    on January 6. We then have the Carnevale season, which is celebrated
    throughout Italy in late winter. Italian National holidays in winter are
    December 8, 25, and 26 and January 1 and 6.
    Prior to Christmas, Italian Christmas markets (Mercatino di Natale) start
    popping up in many Italian cities and towns. These range from small local
    markets to the huge daily Christmas markets in Naples that start around
    December 13, Santa Lucia Day. In Rome, Piazza Navona holds a huge fair
    with Babbo Natale, Father Christmas.
    New Year’s Eve, La Festa di San Silvestro, is celebrated on December 31,
    with fireworks, music, and dancing. Food, as usual forms a big part of the
    celebrations and parties often last until sunrise to welcome the first
    morning of the New Year. If you are celebrating New Year in Le Marche be
    sure to wear your lucky red underwear!
    http://www.bellavallone.com

  7. Bella Vallone says:

    Why Travel to Le Marche in the Winter?
    For people who don’t mind colder weather, winter can be a great time to
    visit Le Marche. Most of Italy sees fewer tourists during the winter
    season meaning that the main attractions, museums and art galleries are
    less crowded, and queues are shorter or non-existent.
    Winter weather in Italy ranges from the relatively mild across the southern
    mainland to the very cold and snowy inland, especially in the northern
    mountains. Even popular tourist destinations like Venice, Florence, and
    the hill towns of Le Marche can get a dusting of snow in winter. Although
    you’ll probably encounter some rain or snow during your visit, you will
    also be rewarded with many crisp, clear days.
    Early winter sunsets means you will have more time to enjoy cities and
    towns after dark. Many cities illuminate historical monuments so strolling
    through a city after dark can be both beautiful and romantic. Winter is
    also a great time to enjoy cultural events and performances in many of
    Italy’s elegant historic theaters.
    Highlights of the winter holiday season includes Christmas, New Year and
    Carnevale (Italian Mardi Gras). Italy celebrates Christmas and the winter
    holidays with special events and festivals, and the winter holiday season
    starts with the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception on December 8 (a
    National Holiday), and runs through to Epiphany, the 12th day of Christmas
    on January 6. We then have the Carnevale season, which is celebrated
    throughout Italy in late winter. Italian National holidays in winter are
    December 8, 25, and 26 and January 1 and 6.
    Prior to Christmas, Italian Christmas markets (Mercatino di Natale) start
    popping up in many Italian cities and towns. These range from small local
    markets to the huge daily Christmas markets in Naples that start around
    December 13, Santa Lucia Day. In Rome, Piazza Navona holds a huge fair
    with Babbo Natale, Father Christmas.
    New Year’s Eve, La Festa di San Silvestro, is celebrated on December 31,
    with fireworks, music, and dancing. Food, as usual forms a big part of the
    celebrations and parties often last until sunrise to welcome the first
    morning of the New Year. If you are celebrating New Year in Le Marche be
    sure to wear your lucky red underwear!
    http://www.bellavallone.com

  8. melly filli says:

    I live in the city at 1:56
    XD

  9. Marche Turismo says:

    ‪#‎Video‬ emozionante della nostra ‪#‎Regione‬, ‪#‎LeMarche‬
    Marche – Italy

  10. Bella Vallone says:

    come on a virtual tours with us….

  11. 劉洽裕 says:

    *Why Travel to Le Marche in the Winter?*
    For people who don’t mind colder weather, winter can be a great time to
    visit Le Marche. Most of Italy sees fewer tourists during the winter
    season meaning that the main attractions, museums and art galleries are
    less crowded, and queues are shorter or non-existent.
    Winter weather in Italy ranges from the relatively mild across the southern
    mainland to the very cold and snowy inland, especially in the northern
    mountains. Even popular tourist destinations like Venice, Florence, and
    the hill towns of Le Marche can get a dusting of snow in winter. Although
    you’ll probably encounter some rain or snow during your visit, you will
    also be rewarded with many crisp, clear days.
    Early winter sunsets means you will have more time to enjoy cities and
    towns after dark. Many cities illuminate historical monuments so strolling
    through a city after dark can be both beautiful and romantic. Winter is
    also a great time to enjoy cultural events and performances in many of
    Italy’s elegant historic theaters.
    Highlights of the winter holiday season includes Christmas, New Year and
    Carnevale (Italian Mardi Gras). Italy celebrates Christmas and the winter
    holidays with special events and festivals, and the winter holiday season
    starts with the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception on December 8 (a
    National Holiday), and runs through to Epiphany, the 12th day of Christmas
    on January 6. We then have the Carnevale season, which is celebrated
    throughout Italy in late winter. Italian National holidays in winter are
    December 8, 25, and 26 and January 1 and 6.
    Prior to Christmas, Italian Christmas markets (Mercatino di Natale) start
    popping up in many Italian cities and towns. These range from small local
    markets to the huge daily Christmas markets in Naples that start around
    December 13, Santa Lucia Day. In Rome, Piazza Navona holds a huge fair
    with Babbo Natale, Father Christmas.
    New Year’s Eve, La Festa di San Silvestro, is celebrated on December 31,
    with fireworks, music, and dancing. Food, as usual forms a big part of the
    celebrations and parties often last until sunrise to welcome the first
    morning of the New Year. If you are celebrating New Year in Le Marche be
    sure to wear your lucky red underwear!
    http://www.bellavallone.com
    

  12. Bella Vallone says:

    Come to Le Marche and discover the wonders of this hidden gem.
    #lemarcheitaly #holidayrentalsmarche #lamarche 

  13. Dorota Martinez says:

    Fatto male sto film , va troppo velosi…mi vieni da vomitare

  14. Giacomo Grasselli says:

    E cingoli??!!

  15. Riki Nijhuis says:

    Prachtige video-impressie. Wij hebben ‘m snel toegevoegd aan onze website
    VAKANTIELANDGENOTEN (punt) COM (een gastvrij onthaal in uw eigen taal)

  16. gorgoroth6 says:

    2:28 Anybody knows the name of that village?

  17. luigi alesi says:

    CHE SPETTACOLO QUESTO VIDEO, CHE BELLA LA MIA REGIONE

  18. Bella Vallone says:

    Remember to pass by and say hello at Bella Vallone – we live in and are in
    love with Le Marche – think you will love it too 🙂 see you soon!

  19. sun4electricity1 says:

    ascolinoi.weebly.com

  20. appassionataItaly says:

    Excellent video about le marche, will embed on our website. Thanks.

  21. TheItalianCollection says:

    LOVE the video, at last a film that shows what a gem we have. We promote
    shopping tours in Marche and hope to show people it’s a beautiful place to
    visit.

  22. Guilherminho says:

    such beautiful place

  23. gs032009 says:

    Yes. I have see many photographs of Abruzzo and Marche and the landscape is
    much more beautifuul than Lazio or Toscana!! Of course Toscana and Lazio
    have great cities… …

  24. Ankon1 says:

    fantastic video for fantastic region

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