On the eastern flank of Piazza Arringo, Ascoli’s Duomo was built in the 15th century over a medieval building and dedicated to St...
Ascoli's archaeological museum holds a small collection of tribal artefacts from Piceni and other European people dating back to the...
Gathered around a tree-shaded courtyard, the second-largest art gallery in Le Marche sits inside the 17th-century Palazzo Comunale . It...
From the elegant shade of the portico you can sip a coffee or a glass of the famous homemade anisette with olive all'ascolana as you...
Degusteria 25 Doc & Dop
Strings of garlic and chilli hang from the ceiling of this convivial deli-enoteca, where the locals squeeze in or spill out onto the...
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 54 · interesting places nearby
Gallo D'Oro information
A bit outside the tourist area and popular with long-time Ascoli residents, this business-casual restaurant has been serving up local fare for decades. Try the appetiser selection of fried goodies.