It's a short visual trip to places of architectural or design importance.
Where are we going?
To the Le Marche region in central Italy.
What's to see?
Italy has often been the #1 travel obsession of Americans, and the Le Marche Region (pronounced "lay markay") hasn't been given its full due, lagging behind nearby Umbria and Tuscany. This area between the Adriatic Sea and the Apennine Mountains features 3,000 years worth of natural beauty, great food, beach and mountain resorts, culture, and breathtaking architecture and design, including some towns that have survived virtually unchanged since the Renaissance.
Le Marche Travel Video