|Duration:||About 2 hours|
|Return time:||18:00 / 18:30|
Osimo, is a noble historical town that is still very lively from a cultural point of view. In the Roman Age, it was a Commune called Auximon and in the Byzantine Age, it gained a relevant position in the maritime Pentapolis. In 1100 it became a free town and later it felt under the rule of the Malatesta and Sforza families. In 1975 a famous treaty between Yugoslavia and Italy was drawn up. In the Town-Hall some roman statues without heads are kept.
To see: Town Hall, Cathedral, Campana Palace, sanctuary of San Giuseppe da Coppertino.