Casa Natale di Raffaello
Oratorio di San Giovanni
The 14th-century oratorio features brightly coloured frescoes by Lorenzo and Giacomo Salimbeni.
Museo Diocesano Albani
The Duomo's Museo Albani contains religious artefacts, vestments and more paintings, including Andrea da Bologna’s Madonna del Latte ...
Cattedrale di Urbino
Rebuilt in the early 19th century in neoclassical style, the interior of Urbino's Duomo commands much greater interest than its austere...
Popular with Urbino's students, this is the best of the piazza cafes. Its outdoor tables get a relaxing dose of afternoon sun. Pastries,...
Follow the unmistakeable scent of black truffle up the stairs to this unassumingly simple restaurant with even better prices (and a good...
Lonely Planet review
North of the Piazza della Repubblica you'll find the 15th-century house where Raphael was born in 1483 and spent his first 16 years. On the 1st floor is possibly one of Raphael's first frescoes, a Madonna with child. The museum takes a touching look at Raphael's family life.
Above all it homes in on the influence of his father, Giovanni Santi, who was a court painter and taught his talented young son all he knew.