Today I would like to introduce you to the beautiful and majestic post office in Pesaro, a town in the Marche region.
Pesaro is known by the Japanese as the birthplace of Gioacchino Rossini (opera composer) and by the Italians as a seaside town with a beautiful sea.
Located in the center of Pesaro, this post office attracts many visitors with its unique design and deep history, which draws visitors in and makes them want to come back.
This post office was introduced to me by a friend of mine and I fell in love with it as soon as I saw the photos. As a post office, its refined 19th-century design welcomes visitors to the heart of Pesaro. The post office was a church. Therefore, you can feel the solemn atmosphere and the flow of the times.
Piazza del Popolo, 28, 61121 Pesaro PU, Italia
Pesaro’s beautiful sea is less than a kilometer away, so walking along the streets of this historic city center towards the sea is a fascinating sight to see. There are many beautiful attractions near the post office, including a museum about Gioacchino Rossini and many places to see – if you love opera! Pesaro’s seaside has many souvenir shops, hotels, and restaurants for tourists! The charm of Pesaro is that you can feel the history and art while being a city built on the charm of the sea. .
Getting to Pesaro by train, such as Trenitalia, is faster than renting a car. It’s not a day trip from Rome, Florence, or Milan (each takes about 3-5 hours, and it takes even longer if you go by Regionale, which is slower than Frecciarossa, the fastest), but it’s a day trip from Rimini, Ancona, and the Republic of San Marino. is also quite possible.