Ancona

A pink-and-white Duomo
An atmospheric port
The Riviera del Conero

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Ancona, Italien

Ancona går lige på med et virvar af kontorbygninger, blot to skridt fra Middelhavet. Ikke desto mindre har en udflugt til byens centrum en vis historisk appel, og myndighederne gør en stor indsats for at forbedre de krydstogtsrejsende og turisternes oplevelse. cfjnfhkfyf 

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En stejl gåtur fra havneområdet, hvor dit MSC-krydstogtsskib venter på din tilbagevenden, tager dig forbi Anconas velafmærkede romerske ruiner, til den lyserøde og hvide domkirke. Kirken er overvejende bygget i behersket romansk stil, som står i kontrast med et udbrud af gotisk overflod i dørens klynge af slanke søjler, hvoraf nogle er enkle og andre snoede og udskårne.

Det mest mindeværdige træk er en skærm langs kanten af det hævede højre transept. Det er dog muligvis udsigten herfra, med havnens krydstogtsskibe og færger og kysten, der falmer i tågen, der vil gøre det største indtryk.

Anconas store treetagers Museo Archeologico i den gamle bydel er et godt sted at bruge en time eller to. Bygningens mærkelige støbte lofter hvælver sig over en samling af fund, lige fra røde og sorte græske kratere til en fantastisk keltisk guldkrone.

Dette interessante museum ligger gemt væk ved foden af den trappe, der fører op til Anconas spartanske dominikanske kirke, og indeholder modeller, malerier, skulpturer og originale dokumenter, der viser de vigtigste begivenheder, der fandt sted i Ancona fra 2000 f.Kr. til 2000 e.Kr. Syd for Ancona, efter en rejse på ca. 32 km op gennem Esino-dalen fra Jesi, finder man Conero Riviera, med sine hvide klipper, blege grusstrande, tætte skove og afslappende feriesteder. Dette er det nordlige Adriaterhavs mest spektakulære og dejlige kyststrækning .

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    Reach the port

    Port of Ancona

    This section contains information on how to reach the port.

    Cruise Terminal:

    Molo Santa Maria

    Reach the port by

    • Car

      From the north, take the Ancona Nord motorway exit. Follow the signs for Ancona Port to Via Flaminia. At the end of Via Flaminia follow the signs marked “To car ferries”. Only passengers with cruise tickets are allowed entry to facility 2A for the Cruise Terminal. From the south, take the "Ancona Sud" exit and follow the signs for the Port. Only passengers with cruise tickets are allowed entry to facility 2A for the Cruise Terminal.
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      Parking Information

      FRITTELLI MARITIME GROUP SpA
       
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      • Valet service 
      • Covered parking 
      • The parking is located inside the port, just a few minutes from the cruise terminal
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      VEHICLE DAYS RATES
      Car 8 € 90,00
      Suv 8 € 90,00
      Minivan 8 € 100,00
    • Train

      Ancona Centrale station is within walking distance (15 minutes) of the port. You can also travel to the port by bus or taxi (2 minutes, depending on trafffic). 
      A number of trains go to Ancona Marittima port station.
      Train
    • Plane

      The Raffaelo Sanzio airport (www.aeroportodiancona.net) is about 15 kilometres from the port. It is served by taxi and by bus .
      The bus takes you straight to Ancona Centrale railway station.
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    Italy

    History, gastronomy and fashion
    History, gastronomy and fashion

    A cruise to Italy is an emotional roller coaster. Rome is a tremendous city quite unlike any other, and in terms of historical sights outstrips everywhere else in the country by some way.
     
    Liguria, the small coastal province along the north-west coast, has long been known as the “Italian Riviera” and is accordingly crowded with sun-seekers for much of the summer.
    In Veneto the main focus of interest is, of course, Venice: a unique city, and every bit as beautiful as its reputation would suggest. Tuscany in central Italy represents perhaps the most commonly perceived image of the country, with its classic rolling countryside and the art-packed towns of Florence and Pisa.

    The south proper begins with the region of Campania. Its capital, Naples, is a unique, unforgettable city, the spiritual heart of the Italian south. Puglia, the “heel” of Italy, has underrated pleasures, too, notably the landscape of its Gargano peninsula and the souk-like qualities of its capital, Bari.

    As for Sicily, the island is really a place apart, with a wide mixture of attractions ranging from some of the finest preserved Hellenistic treasures in Europe, to a couple of Italy’s most appealing Mediterranean beach resorts in Taormina and Cefalù, not to mention some gorgeous upland scenery.