Pesaro Travel Guide

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Pesaro Things to Do

  • Casa natale di Gioachino Rossini

    Famous italian compositior Gioachino Rossini is one of Pesaro’s most famous children. His best known work is the opera “The Barbier of Sevilla” with Largo al factotum (Fiiiiiiigaro…) being the most famous aria. His birthhouse at the Via Rossini is now a museum (Casa Rossini). I did not visit the museum, so I can’t tell you much about that. The...

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  • Cathedral Basilica

    This is the cathedral Basilica, built in the 5th centurry on the sites of a roman sacntuary. At least, I hope that it is the basilica as I can’t remember 100% for sure… The building is of romanic style, but the large entrance door and the small neighbouring arches are obviously gothic. This church is one of the largest in Pesaaro’s old town and...

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  • Church of San Agostino

    This small church in the old town fascinates with its interesting combination of a pure gothic portal and a venetian-baroque façade. The church was built in 1453 and rebuilt several times. It’s one of only very few exmples coming into my mind, where rebuilding did cause a change but not a heavy aesthetical damage.

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  • Piazza del Popolo

    Piazza del Popolo is the central square of the town and a typical italian old town square with all its palaces around it. In the center, you will find a beautiful fountain. Finished in 1593, it was destroyed in WWII. After that, the fountain was rebuilt to get back its original appearance.

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  • Palazzo Ducale

    Close to the Post office palace, you will find another 15th century Sforza family palace. The Palazzo Ducale was always a center of power within the region and is now home to the local authorities. Today, it is one of the largest and most impressive buildings at Piazza del Popolo. This palace is a good example for the transition from gothic...

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  • Palazzo Postale

    This 15th century renaissance palace was built by the Sforza family which ruled the land for a longer period. For centuries, it was home of the main post office. Now it is used as a conference center.

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  • Piazzale della Libertá

    This square is located between the seashore and the old town, making it a popular place for people to meet and chill out. Nearby cafés and ice cream parlours will provide you with food and drinks, if necessary. The square is dominated by Arnaldo Pomodoro’s sculpture “sfeare grande”, which is the landmark of Pesaro. The artist’s family name gave the...

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  • La palla del pomodoro

    La palla del pomodoro means the ball of the tomato! i really have no idea why it was called like this but this is like the most beautiful area in pesaro, you can sit on the benches that over look the sea, and you can buy yourself an icecream from the gelaterie nearby

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  • Lesena of S. Agostino's Church

    This is another particular of the Facade. I found it very interesting. This is an example of a gothic-venetian decoration.

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  • Particolar of the Church

    This picture shows a particular of the facade of S. Agostino Church. I think it represents S. Agostino but there are two statues very similar so I'm not sure!!

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  • Civic Museums (Musei Civici)

    Piazza Toschi Mosca and its Palace Toschi Mosca hosts the Civic Museums of Pesaro. In the Civic Museums you can browse through one of Italy's finest collections of Renaissance and Baroque pottery, much of it striking for its spontaneous, almost modern, use of colour and design.

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  • The Post Office Palace

    The imperious post office buildingis a Renaissance palace, recently restored, was built in the middle of the 15thC by the ruling Sforza family. It now houses local government offices and an exhibition space open to the public.

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  • Basilica di S.Maria Assunta - Cattedrale...

    Further down Via Rossini stands the town's Cathedral; step inside to see the remarkable mosaic floor uncovered in 2000. The beautiful early Christian work dates from the 6th Century and can be admired through glass panels set in the supended modern floor. This vast work of art belongs to the same period as the magnificent Byzantine mosaics at...

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  • Palazzo Baviera

    In the "Piazza del Popolo", opposite the Palazzo Ducale there is the Baviera Palace. This building was originally called "The Palaces of the Pages": it was destined by Della Rovere as accommodation for the Court followers. 

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  • Entrance of Rossini's house

    Leaving the Piazza del Popolo, along Via Rossini you'll find on your right the modest house where Italy's great opera composer Gioachino Rossini was born in 1792; it is now a small shrine to the composer. You can visit the house (is a small museum) from tuesday to sunday:tuesday-wednesday 9.30-12.30thurday-sunday 9.30-12.30, 16-19The museum is...

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Pesaro Hotels

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  • Hotel Flaminio

    I had a wonderful stay in this Hotel, rooms are comfortable and modern, with all comforts. The...

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  • Gala Hotel Pesaro

    I only stayed at Hotel Gala (3-star) for one night in a single accomodation. I had missed the bus to...

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  • Villa Cattani Stuart

    Via Trebbiantico 67, Pesaro, 61100, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

Pesaro Transportation

  • by Patty44297 Written Jun 2, 2008

    Hi Corra,
    Grazie! That should get me to Urbania. What about when we leave to go to Roma on a Sunday? Is there bus service on Sunday from Urbania to Pesaro? Would we go from Urbania to Urbino to Pesaro? If yes, what time should we plan to leave Urbania by bus to make the train at 13:16?
    I really appreciate your help because I haven't got a clue as to what to do!
    Patty

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Pesaro Shopping

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  • Time for shopping

    When you arrive in the center fo Pesaro you walk along this street that takes you directly in front of the Cathedral. It's a chance to strolling around, to buy a souvenir, some postcards, or just to stop in a little coffee place for a drink or an ice-cream.

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  • Ceramics and majolica

    The ceramics workshops and the brightly painted earthenware known as majolica are everywhere in Pesaro. In the Musei Civici (Civic Museums) in Piazza Toschi Mosca (just off Via Rossini) you can browse through one of Italy's finest collections of Renaissance and Baroque pottery.

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Pesaro Local Customs

  • Gioccahino Rossini

    Gioacchino Rossini is born in Pesaro, in the Papal State, on 29 February of 1792 from a musician father (Giuseppe Antonio Rossini) and a modiste but with good singing dowries mother (Anna Guidarini).The young Rossini began since he was a child to dedicate himself to music receiving singing lessons, spinet and horn (from his father), preferring...

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  • Rossini's house

    This is the house where Rossini was born.The Rossini family lived in two rooms on the first floor.Now it's home of a small museum where you can see objects and some memories of the famous music composer.

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  • Majolica's museum

    For who likes ceramics and maiolicas products, visit the "Museo delle Ceramiche" by Palazzo Toschi , P.zza Toschi Mosca 29

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Pesaro Off The Beaten Path

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    by Azhut Written Jun 18, 2004

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    This is the facade of the Sinagogue of Pesaro. It seems to be a normal house but inside you can find everything you need about the religion creed.The Spanish Sinagogue was built around the 17th centuries in the heart of the ancient Pesaro. From the city centre it takes only 10 minutes to find it, follow the guide!

    FREE ENTRANCE

    From July to August:
    every thursday 4:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.

    The exterior of the Sinagogue

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Pesaro Sports & Outdoors

  • BPA Palas

    This strange building is a palasport where it was hosted the tour of my favourite wrestlers. The building can contain untill 10323 people and usually is the place where Scavolini basket team play during the year.

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  • A night with the best WRESTLERS !!!

    I was in Pesaro to see my favourite wrestlers in action during their Italian tour "Passport to Pain-Smackdown"! To look at my wrestlers go to my travelogue!!

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  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

Pesaro Favorites

  • Civic Museums

    Piazza Toschi Mosca and its Palace Toschi Mosca hosts the Civic Museums of Pesaro. In the Civic Museums you can browse through one of Italy's finest collections of Renaissance and Baroque pottery, much of it striking for its spontaneous, almost modern, use of colour and design.

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  • Churches in the center

    Turning on the right of palazzo Ducale into Corso XI settembre, at about 200 meters you will find S. Agostino Church with its wonderful gothic-venetian's Portal, that was built in 1413 a.c.

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  • Churches in the city center

    This is one of the churches that I found in Pesaro. I didn't have the time to ask to someone for the name of this church but I took this picture just to show you how beautiful was the entrance with all those decorating elements.

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