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I visit regularly Senigallia, it is a touristic city which attracts (beside the Italians) a lot of Dutch, German, French and British tourist . This means that you will find a large porsion of the local shops that speak English and a lot of English...More
I visited from the town of Pesaro via train and actually walked off and missed it! I thought it would be by the water as I saw it on the TV series The Borgias and it must have been photo-shopped by the sea! It is...More
Been to Senigallia many times but never actually went into the castle. So glad we did this time. 4 Euro entry which included an audio guide in English. The history and the information provided were very interesting. The building is also very beautiful.
This fort is magnificent! Sitting opposite the train station, it's one of the first things you see (assuming you've come in by train). Instantly, you get a feel for history of Senigallia and exciting times it has seen in the past.
While our trip was mostly focused on relaxing at the beach, we still like to weave in some culture or history. The Rocca was a cool site for a quick visit. There isn't a lot there, but we still enjoyed it.
It was interesting enough to wonder through and there was an exhibition of military uniforms on as well. I would give it a higher rating if more of the exhibits were in english / were translated properly. I would have liked to read more about...More
A large fort in the centro storico of the resort of Senigallia in Le Marche, well worth a visit. It is open to the public most days and the moat is used for many food and music festivals throughout th year including the annual Summer...More