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Make a Marche in a hidden corner of Italy

24th November, 2019
The region of Marche, located north of Rome, contains a slew of old properties that can be picked up for a song – if you don’t mind a spot of renovation into the bargain

Marche is a spectacularly pretty, and much under-publicised, part of Italy. It has been dubbed ‘the new Tuscany’, and there are undeniable similarities in the scenic, undulating countryside. No direct flights exist from Ireland, so you’ll need to travel to Ancona or Pescara via Stansted or another British airport, but it is well worth the effort.

Located geographically directly north of Rome, Marche does not carry the cachet of Tuscany, Umbria...

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