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Art, seaside, castles: weekend break in Northern Italy

Art, seaside, castles: weekend break in Northern Italy

In Spring, the beaches and hills of Romagna are filled with colors: it is the ideal time for a weekend break in Northern Italy, to the discovery of landscapes and places rich at art. We will be able to walk on the seafront, but also visit the fortresses and castles built from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Romagna was a borderland, disputed between different dynasties: each of them tried to affirm its power with majestic and elegant fortresses, that still tell about the tales of a lost world. Let yourself be charmed by the maritime cities and the uphill villages, in a journey across beauty.

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Hotel details

Hotel Maxim is situated only a few steps away from the beach of Misano Adriatico, in a convenient location to reach the Misano World Circuit and the best-loved theme parks of the Riviera. We devote a special attention to families, which will be able to use our bikes with baby chairs for free and receive a welcome gift for the youngest kids. .Terms and Conditions.

Our rooms

  • Free Wi-fi
  • Balcony
  • Recently renovated

Our cuisine

  • Traditional specialties
  • Gluten-free and vegetarian menus upon request
  • Fish dishes every day

Our services

  • Free bike rental
  • Possibility of late check out
  • Welcome gift for the kids
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Private parking
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Near the Misano World Circuit
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A few steps from the sea

Look at the map and find our hotel!

Art, seaside, castles: weekend break in Northern Italy

In Spring, the beaches and hills of Romagna are filled with colors: it is the ideal time for a weekend break in Northern Italy, to the discovery of landscapes and places rich at art. We will be able to walk on the seafront, but also visit the fortresses and castles built from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Romagna was a borderland, disputed between different dynasties: each of them tried to affirm its power with majestic and elegant fortresses, that still tell about the tales of a lost world. Let yourself be charmed by the maritime cities and the uphill villages, in a journey across beauty.

SKU: h_m_m_2018_04
Art, seaside, castles: weekend break in Northern Italy

Day 1

Gradara and Urbino

Gradara is one of the best kept Medieval villages of this land: you will be even able to walk along its ancient walls, as the sentinels of the past, and embrace in just one gaze seaside and hills. Little far away there are Urbino and its Ducal Palace, where the harmony of classical art and the inventions of Renaissance architects merge: Duke Federico di Montefeltro loved to host artists and intellectuals in his court.

Day 2

Pesaro

If you love music, don’t miss the Rossini House in Pesaro: this museum hosts items, scores and portraits of the famous composer , in a pathway enriched with multimedia workplaces and virtual reality tools. The city is very ancient, with a history that is told about by its Ducal alace and Rocca Costanza: this castle was disputed between Giovanni Sforza and Cesare Borgia, son to the Pope, who conveyed the Adriatic sea water into the moat.

Day 3

Sant’Agata Feltria and Pennabilli

Sant’Agata Feltria is a village plunged in the hills, dominated by an ancient castle. Today the fortress hosts a museum dedicated to the fairy tales, while the village streets are enriched with artistic, colorful fountains. Little far away, the ancient village of Pennabillli is made even more beautiful by the works of the open air museum “I Luoghi dell’Anima”, ideated by poet Tonino Guerra: sculptures and gardens create charming itineraries across the village.

Day 4

Fano and Mondaino

Medieval dynasties kept strengthening the castles of their lands, trying to make them impregnable. One example of this is the fortress of Fano, enlarged by the Malatestas as they conquered the maritime city. Uphill instead, there is the fortress of Mondavio, designed by architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini: instead of building imposing walls, he tried to give the towers unusual perspectives, that would escape cannon balls.

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Hotel details

Hotel Maxim is situated only a few steps away from the beach of Misano Adriatico, in a convenient location to reach the Misano World Circuit and the best-loved theme parks of the Riviera. We devote a special attention to families, which will be able to use our bikes with baby chairs for free and receive a welcome gift for the youngest kids.Terms and Conditions.

  • Free Wi-fi
  • Balcony
  • Recently renovated
  • Traditional specialties
  • Gluten-free and vegetarian menus upon request
  • Fish dishes every day
  • Free bike rental
  • Welcome gift for the kids
 
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