Things to see and do - Jesi
Jesi Travel guide
Jesi : Michelin's recommendations
Known as Aesis in Roman times, Jesi became prosperous in the 12C thanks to Frederick II, who was born here in 1194. The small town has retained its medieval and Renaissance nucleus, which is surrounded by magnificent ramparts interspersed with gates and watchtowers. The municipal theatre is dedicated to another native of Jesi, the composer Giovan Battista Pergolesi.
Tourist attractions Jesi : Things to see and do
Via XV-Settembre 10 I - 60035 Jesi
On the first floor of this art gallery set up in the Pianetti palace, there is an admirable Rococo gallery overloaded with symbols and allegories. The collection includes a beautiful set of works by Lorenzo Lotto, with his masterpiece the Retable of..
Piazza Colocci 1 I - 60035 Jesi
This imposing square building with its elegant façade decorated with a stone pavilion, was built at the end of the 15C by an architect from Sienna, Francesco di Giorgio Martini, a pupil of Brunelleschi.
Via Orfanotrofio 10 I - 60035 Iesi
Hotel Mariani is in central Jesi, 300 metres from the historic centre and the main shopping streets. It features free Wi-Fi throughout and air-conditioned rooms with a flat-screen TV. Rooms at the family-run Mariani have a simple style and offer sat..
Via Ancona 100 I - 60035 Iesi
Set in a 22,000 m² park, Hotel Federico II is set in Jesi, 8 km from Ancona Falconara Airport. It offers indoor and outdoor pools, a wellness centre and a free airport shuttle. Rooms at the Federico II are air conditioned and spacious with free Wi-F..
Viale del Lavoro 34 I - 60035 Iesi
Featuring a free gym and a restaurant, Hotel Dei Nani offers rooms with a balcony and free WiFi in Jesi. The Adriatic Coast is a 15-minute drive away. All air-conditioned, rooms at the Dei Nani Hotel feature a flat-screen TV with free SKY channels. ..