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Macerata, still surrounded by its sixteenth-century bastions, is crossed by many roads that lead up to the heart of the old city where there are the “Loggia dei Mercanti”, the Teatro Lauro Rossi and, at a short distance, the civic museums of Palazzo Buonaccorsi with the renowned La Sala dell'Eneide galery, a 18th masterpiece, and the Museo della Carrozza (Carriage Museum). Birthplace of Father Matteo Ricci (1552-1610), the city houses the popular Sferisterio Opera Festival.

Macerata is affiliated with the City of Arts and Culture Association. The town has a University, one of the oldest in the world, founded in 1290.
One of the most representative monuments of the city is the Arena Sferisterio of Ireneo Aleandri, beautiful example of neoclassical architecture summer a prestigious opera season where each held is The Macerata Opera Festival.
In the heart of the city is the eighteenth-century Palazzo Buonaccorsi, now home to the collections of ancient and modern art Museum Carrozza.
In the Historic center there are other buildings of great value: The Town Hall, the Loggia dei Mercanti, The Palazzo della Prefettura, the church of San Paolo, etc.

Accommodations in this area:

B&B La Corte - Fermo

Villa Elisa