On the third Sunday of every month, an antiques marketwith bric and brac stalls located in the main square Piazza del Popolo, Via
Rossini and the historic courtyards of Palazzo Gradari. The city is open forshopping, culture, meetings and leisure. The entrance to museums is free.




In the heart of the Jewish ghetto it is still possible, on Thursdays – from June to September –  to visit the Sephardi synagogue from the XVIIth century that was built during the golden age of Pesaro, when the town harbour gained importance over the southern one of Ancona.
Two different doors open up on the façade (a bigger one for men and a smaller one for women) leading to the ground floor where the furnace, the well and the pool for purification rites are to be found ...

Summer night market

Each tuesday till 12 hrs 30 you will find the weekly market of Pesaro in the area of S. Decenzio. You can buy local products, clothing, shoes etc at very reasonable prices. Do not miss it !