A City that is a Belvedere

Ripatransone is one of the oldest and most important centers in the province of Ascoli Piceno, Marche, City and Diocese since 1571.

A prosperous climatic resort town at an altitude of 494 meters and 12 km from the Adriatic Sea, the historic center is presented medieval in the urban layout, with buildings from the 15th to 19th century, noble palaces, visible especially along the Corso Vittorio Emanuele which runs lengthwise through the city from north to south for about one kilometer.

Numerous narrow streets and alleys insist in the neighborhoods, opening into small squares with characteristic nooks and crannies, including the Narrowest alley in Italy.

A city of art and history with numerous museum facilities, it thrives on tourism, crafts and agriculture, emerging in the production of the Wine and ofOil. It has been awarded the tourist-environmental quality label of the Bandiera Arancione by the Italian Touring Club. One of its main features is the rich historical-artistic and museum heritage

Map of the village

Check out the village map and discover places of interest

Discover its heritage

Palazzi, Churches, Theaters, Museums. A true City of Art

Discover the must-see places

“Luigi Mercantini” Theater

The cradle of Ripan culture

Dome - Cathedral

The seat of the ancient diocese

The narrowest alley in Italy

Where hearts clasp and wishes come true

Walls and fortifications

The ancient city wall of the City


A Historic Center Full of Enchantment

The entire village is a treasure trove of art and history, to be toured far and wide.

A walk through its streets and alleys is a journey through time of beauty and discovery

A record-breaking museum heritage

Ripatransone boasts as many as 5 civic museums, in addition to private and ecclesiastical collections. A heritage that makes it among the Cities with the highest number of museum facilities per inhabitant