Urbania’s historical centre is based around the Palazzo Ducale , the summer residence of the Dukes of Montefeltro .
Take a visit to the church, Chiesa delle Mummie , a stroll in the Parco Ducale , the hunting grounds of the very same Dukes of Montefeltro, explore the aforementioned Palazzo Ducale, and the Diocesan Museum .
Urbania is also the centre for two schools of language and culture for students from abroad that also offer lessons in cooking, ceramics and opera.
Urbania’s location makes it easy to reach other points of cultural interest such as Urbino (17km), Gubbio (40km), Fano (45km), Pesaro (54km), the Frasassi caves (59km) and the “ Gola di Furlo ”. 35 minutes by car finds you in the mountains of the Apennines , Mount Nerone (1660m.) or on the golden beaches of the Adriatic Coast .
Our region is noted also for its superb culinary traditions and produce. In certain periods throughout the year one can delight in tasting the white truffle of Acqualagna , porcini mushrooms, wild boar and other game, cured meats, salami and local cheeses.
nostro entroterra e' noto anche per la sua cultura culinaria: in certi periodi dell'anno e' possibile gustare il famoso tartufo bianco di Acqualagna, funghi porcini, cacciagione, cinghiale, salumi e formaggi nostrani.