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Le Marche: Cartoceto, Fano...

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Starting to think about finally visiting my grandparents' birthplaces: Saltara, Cartoceto and Fano. Urbino sounds like a great place to visit as well, and I am open to other towns, the Furlo Gorge, etc. Maybe spend a week or more in the area, staying at one or two hotels and/or agritoursimo.

1. Curious about how to get around. Is there any chance of using public transportation? I don't relish the idea of hassling with a car. Maybe I'd get centrally located in one or two places in the northern part of the region, and then take local transport. Or a cab? Any ideas would be helpful.

2. Besides the towns mentioned above, are there other places I should incorporate into an itinerary? And in what order?

Time of year to be determined, but not the heat of summer.

Thanks a bunch.

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