Arco di Traiano
North of Piazza Dante Alighieri, at the far end of the port, is the Arco di Traiano (Trajan's Arch), erected in 115 BC by Apollodorus of...
Luigi Vanvitelli's Arco Clementino was inspired by Apollodorus' arch and dedicated to Pope Clement XII.
Cattedrale di San Ciriaco
A stiff but scenic climb up from the old town, Ancona's perkily domed cathedral commands sweeping views of the city and port from its...
Osteria del Pozzo
Unless you've booked ahead, you'll be lucky to grab one of the cheek-by-jowl tables at this inviting osteria, which overflows with...
Arco di Traiano information
North of Piazza Dante Alighieri, at the far end of the port, is the Arco di Traiano, erected in 115 BC by Apollodorus of Damascus in honour of the Roman Emperor Trajan.