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Recently renovated, Casa Valeria offers bright rooms with every comfort: private bathroom, air conditioning, smart TV and Netflix.
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Porta S. Pietro
Porta San Pietro is one of the access roads to the historic centre of Ancona; Casa Valeria is located in Via Fanti, just a few steps from the gate.
Spiaggia del Passetto
Passetto is the best known rocky beach in Ancona and also the district named after it.
Chiesa di San Domenico in Piazza del Plebiscito
Piazza del Plebiscito, commonly called Piazza del Papa, is the oldest of the four main squares in Ancona.
Piazza del Plebiscito houses the Church of San Domenico. We are a stone's throw away from what is the true centre of the San Pietro district.
Corso Garibaldi is one of Ancona's main thoroughfares. Always popular with shoppers and for strolls towards the sea, at the end of it you can see the Caffè Giuliani, where our guests can have breakfast overlooking the harbour during their stay.
Piazza Cavour is one of the four main squares in the historic centre of Ancona and is located along the sea-to-sea promenade, which crosses from west to east the promontory on which the city stands, from the quays of the port to the cliffs of Passetto.
Chiesa di S. Maria della Piazza
The church of Santa Maria della Piazza is located in Piazza Santa Maria, in the old Porto district.
Erected between the 11th and 12th centuries, it is a remarkable example of the Romanesque style. Part of the floor of the present church is made of glass to allow the early Christian mosaics underneath to be seen.
Piazza Roma is the third of Ancona's four central squares.
It lies between Corso Mazzini and Corso Stamira and is crossed by Corso Garibaldi.
Fontana del Calamo
Also known as the Fountain of the Thirteen Spouts because of its series of thirteen panels separated by thirteen water-throwing masks depicting satyrs and silenes, today the fountain receives water from the city's aqueduct.
According to an ancient tradition, travellers wishing to return to the city should drink the water flowing from the fountain.
The Cathedral of San Ciriaco is named after the city's patron saint. Cathedral of Ancona, it is a medieval church in which the Byzantine style blends with the Romanesque style.