Sip a cappuccino in the Piazza della Republica, at the center of town.Visit the town museum, which is free and open on weekdays. The Duke's palace is also open to visitors and costs four Euro. It is filled with medieval paintings and statues, but all descriptions are in Italian. Don't miss the basement servant quarters and remember to bring a sweater because it is kept very cold. The bosom Pub is a hot spot for students and often has drink specials. It is especially busy Thursday nights. They play a mixture of Italian and American music. Every Saturday there is a market where you can find just about anythings for a decently low price. This includes clothing,shoes,bedding,fruits,vegetables,seafood and meat. There is also an antique market the first Sunday of every month all other Sundays almost all shops will be closed. All shops are also closed daily between 2-4

Urbino is also well known for its Italian language schools and several prestigious universities.

Centro Studi Italiani

(http://www.centrostudital...) italian language school and italian culture courses for international students. school of italian for foreigners that offers language courses and opera singers courses. the courses are known and acknowledged by foreign universities.