Fermo, a prestigious historic city that rises a stone’s throw from the sea, with a classic taste where everyone is the protagonist.

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Virtual tour

Discover the most beautiful places in Fermo directly from your device, available at any time even when they are closed
  • The Globe Room is located in Palazzo dei Priori in Fermo. The wooden Globe was designed by abbot Amanzio Moroncelli in 1713.
  • The Roman cisterns of Fermo are an authentic heritage of hydraulic art from the Augustan age, an ingenious idea by Vitruvius. The entrance is in via degli Aceti.
  • The Teatro dell’Aquila in Fermo was inaugurated in 1791. Ever since, it underwent many restorations and hosted numerous famous celebrities.
  • The Civic Art Gallery of Fermo is located in the Palazzo dei Priori museum complex. It includes the Globe Room and the Piceno museum section.
  • The “Romolo Spezioli” Civic Library originated as a public library and boasts more than three centuries of history. It includes 3.000 manuscripts, 127 codices and 300.000 documents.
  • The Fermo Cathedral, the Cathedral of the town, rises on Girfalco Hill and it shows a Romanesque-Gothic facade and mainly neoclassical interiors.
  • In the Campoleggio district of Fermo you will find the St. Monica Oratory, in Gothic style, and the St. Augustine Church, which dates back to the 13th century.
  • The Church of San Filippo Neri, today auditorium and exhibition room, represents an important trace of the Oratorians’ presence in Fermo.
  • Two rarities of the Italian museum landscape are located in Palazzo Paccaroni: the “Silvio Zavatti” Polar Museum and the “Tommaso Salvadori” Museum of Natural Sciences.
  • Torre di Palme stands on the hills surrounding Fermo: an ancient village perched on a rocky spur, rich in history and with an enchanting view over the sea.
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