What to sightsee in Pesaro and nearby? At Hotel Caesar you will find the sea with its soft and burning sand that will tickle your feet while you run towards the café to enjoy a fresh ice cream or a yummy drink, and the perfume of salted water that stings your youngest kids’ eyes. Your children will be hunting hidden treasures and looking even into the abysses, while the sun caresses your skin and embraces it warmly!
Built in 1637 as the Teatro del Sole, the Teatro Rossini hosts world-class musical and sporting events. The Teatro Rossini is also home to Italy's oldest non-professional theater event, the Festival Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica, which has been held continuously since 1948 in the city of Pesaro.
It is right in the heart of today's city, just a step away from Piazzale Matteotti, that the majestic Rocca Costanza rises, almost as if to remind the many Pesaro residents who pass through the streets of the center every day of its glorious past.
An imposing historical building in the heart of the city center just a few steps from Piazza del Popolo. In the summer of 2013, the Civic Museums of Pesaro presented to the public the renewed structure, the result of a complex restructuring that has transformed them into a modern cultural center to be experienced.