Lovely town with great shopping right off the boat. Wish I could have spent more time there. Embarkation and debarkation were a breeze. Plenty of public transportation
Really don't know why cruise ships stop here
Visited: Oct 14, 2017
Visited: Jun 07, 2018
This town was "ok". Nothing super spectacular but it was VERY low key. A quick walk from the Ship and there was a few piazza's we discovered after checking out a few churches, etc. There was one excursion we WISH we would of signed up for It was for these underground Caverns that looked super cool. Since this was a pretty busy itinerary, to be honest, we just enjoyed sitting in the piazza, ordered some lunch, and yes "more wine" and just chilled. Again, the weather was lovely, the people were lovely....so just basically rested. After a bit, we ventured back to the ship...
Visited: Jun 01, 2019
yes we went to Ascoli Piceno
Visited: Nov 07, 2019
Left ship to take train to florence
Visited: May 11, 2019
Not much to do at this port. Stayed to long for this location. Excursions were not interesting at all.
Visited: Jun 08, 2019
Industrial looking but so close to everything had a great time in Ancona
Visited: Aug 24, 2019
Nice Italian city. Port is right next to city centre and easy to walk around to see most of the sights.
Visited: Nov 16, 2019
We did not see much of Ancona. We took an excursion to Urbino. Urbino is Ok from a historical and cultural point of view, but we found the town dark, dirty and a little depressing, But the countryside on our way there was fantastic!
Visited: Apr 25, 2015
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