Most people prefer travelling during the summer months; actually the beautiful beaches are a great attraction for people wishing to relax. However it often rains in August, so the busiest times really are June and July. If you should decide you want to visit, there are several ways you can.
Ancona can be easily easily reached by boat or ferry. You can travel to Ancona by boat from the ports of call of Split, Zadar, Igoumenitsa, Patras. There are several ferry companies operating in the port, making regular trips to Igoumenitsa and Patras (Greece) and to Split ( Croatia). It takes around hours to go to Patras. The travel time to Igoumenitsa is fifteen hours. All ferries are handicapped accessible. From May to mid November there are regular cruise ships ( Costa, MSC) calling at the port of Ancona at the week-ends.
If you traveling by rail you can reach the city of Ancona from several points in Europe and Italy. The city of Ancona is served by Ancona Central railway station, that is located conveniently in the heart of the city. This modern two story facility can accommodate both passenger and freight trains. You can also take a short trip from here to the next station down the line which serves the port. The railway station at Ancona Central is handicapped accessible. At Ancona central rail station and at the airport there are plenty of places to rent a car in Ancona, like Avis, Hertz, Europecar, Sixt, Maggiore.
Ancona is situated at about 280 kilometers west of Rome. Ancona is accessible by surface roads on three sides. There are two entrances to the A14 motorway on the north and south end of Ancona. From there it is possible to drive just about anywhere in Italy.
Ancona airport is a stop for a lot of different airlines The biggest carriers are: Lufthansa and Alitalia. Most travelers travel to other European destinations before moving on to Ancona.
A few miles from Ancona you can visit Mount Conero, in the heart of the homonymous Regional Park. The park boasts over a thousand species of wild plants, as well as a rich bird life.
You can’t miss Sirolo and Numana, two lovely seaside resorts in the park and the wonderful bay of Portonovo.
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