Discover the region Marche: Christmas markets between Ancona and Macerata.
It’s almost December, winter is closer and cities, towns and villages brighten with amazing scenarios where Christmas magic is the main character. Christmas markets in the region Marche fully represent this picturesque atmosphere, and our region famous for excellent food and gentle hills turns into a Lappish village, among songs, Christmas lights, stalls and stands, delis and exquisite hot drinks, Santa Claus, elves and many Christmas presents for everyone. The previous week we wrote about the celebrations that take place in the province of Pesaro Urbino, today we tell you a bit more about the breath-taking celebrations which will take place in Ancona and Macerata.
Christmas markets in the region Marche in the provinces of Ancona and Macerata
Ancona is the capital city of the region and offers an amazing Christmas atmosphere from the end of November until Epiphany: big wheel and ice rink, the elves woods, concerts…these are just few of the several attractions, which go under the name BIANCONatale. In the backcountry, smaller towns arrange events of larger scale, so that in every corner of the region you can enjoy your Christamas time. Corinaldo, one of the most beautiful Italian borgos, offers handicraft markets and Santa Claus village, while Polverigi offers traditional food, such as chestnuts and mulled wine, together with many ideas for Christmas presents.
Macerata offers ice skating and traditional Christmas markets, and many events, which will take place in the old town from the beginning of December until Epiphany. The backcountry of Macerata and its many medieval borgos with evocative roads create a fascinating atmosphere: the old town of Apiro hosts medieval Christmas Markets from December 7.
Christmas markets in the region Marche are magic shows to taste and enjoy at least once in a lifetime…you just can’t get enough! In relation to this, we are at your disposal to show you some of the most beautiful country houses in the region Marche.