Ancona is a city of about 103,000 inhabitants, capital of the Marches and capital of the province of Ancona in Italy.
Ancient walled city in central Italy rich Greco-Roman and medieval religious past, Ancona is a city of art and a seaside resort and has a busy port on the Adriatic Sea.
The city is located on the Adriatic coast 360 km southeast of Venice, 210 km northeast of Rome. Ancona enjoys mild winter climate with a shelter tempered by the thermal inertia of the Adriatic, on the contrary regions northwest of his work heavily influenced by the harsh winter of the Bora or the heights to the central Apennines mountain climate. The fishing port is still active, like other Adriatic ports such Civitanove Marche and especially San Benedetto del Tronto in the south, north Fano.