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Good base for visiting Le Marche region

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We (2 people)have a week at the end of our vacation in the Rome and Amalfi Coast area in October and would like to spend some time in the Le Marche region - we have previously travelled in Italy and enjoyed the smaller country towns. We will have a car but would prefer to do day trips from a central base. Can someone suggest where we could base ourselves so that we can see some of the places of interest. We are not so much interested in the coast but more the inland areas - Macerata,Caglia,Ascoli Piceno, Urbino . How much of the region could we expect to see in a week? I have investigated the Le Marche region websites but I'm not clear on how difficult it is to travel across the hillier areas from west to east, for instance. If we stay in one place for a week an apartment seems the way to go. Have found the Slow Travellers website very informative for apartment accommodation but would be grateful for any other information that anyone can provide on places to see and accommodation experiences.

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