Umbria, and, in particular, Spoleto has been a source of inspiration for many artists who have passed through and stayed in these lands. Poets, writers and painters also have used their art to weave their praises of Spoleto.
Located in a pristine area, in the heart of the green Umbrian countryside, it is an ideal… View Article
Perugia is in the center of the region, with five historic districts enclosed by Etruscan walls. The beautiful Umbrian capital, with its steep medieval streets, breathtaking views and many delicious specialties to taste, offers visitors an array of possibilities. A top one of the many hills sits Piazza IV Novembre, where one cannot fail but… View Article
Assisi lies in the foothills of Monte Subasio, above the plains where the Topino and Chiascio Rivers flow. In Assisi, beyond the religious buildings of international importance, like Basilica di San Francesco, tourists can visit la Basilica di Santa Chiara and la Chiesa di San Pietro. A tour in Assisi, must necessarily begin with as visit to the… View Article
Between Assisi and Foligno, situated on the slopes of Mount Subasio, rises Spello, which, of all the cities in the area is the one that includes the largest number of ancient Roman artifacts. Going up, one reaches the church, built between the XII and XIII century of Santa Maria Maggiore which, although it has a… View Article
The enchanting geographical position in which it is found Montefalco has earned it the name of “Ringhiera dell’Umbria”. In fact, from its belvedere you can discover a part of Umbria and admire the surrounding towns of Perugia, Assisi, Spello, Foligno, Trevi, Spoleto.
This amazing place is particularly suitable for a series of trips and excursions…. View Article
Gubbio is a town and comune in the far northeastern part of the Italian province of Perugia (Umbria). It is located on the lowest slope of Mt. Ingino, a small mountain of the Apennines.
The historical centre of town has a decidedly medieval aspect: the town is austere in appearance because of the dark grey… View Article
Known for the precious paintings that are produced there, so much to be called “bevagne”, has long been included among the most beautiful villages in Italy. Among some suggestions on things to do in Bevagna we can not miss a ride around the city walls, still standing in almost their entire perimeter. It ‘s very… View Article