What to visit
Discover the beauties of Umbria
Spello, the “splendid Colonia Julia” as the Romans called themselves, is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy and is known for its flower displays.
Montefalco the “railing of Umbria” so called for its hilly position, is famous for the production of wine and extra virgin olive oil.
Spoleto is the city of the Festival dei Due Mondi. The event of international scope of art, culture, dance, theater and entertainment.
Perugia is a cosmopolitan city and very lively from a cultural point of view for events such as Umbria Jazz, the International Journalism Festival, the Umbrian Music Festival, Eurochocolate.
Gubbio superb town located at the foot of Mount Ingino, founded by the Umbrians with the name of Iguvium.
Todi, a town considered to be one of the most livable in the world, stands in a strategic position on a hill overlooking the left bank of the Tiber.
Terni is the city of lovers, for its patron saint, San Valentino, and also the city of waters: the Marmore Falls, one of the highest in Europe.
Norcia, known for the collection of black truffles, for its norcinerie, for the cheeses and for the production of the renowned lentils of the Piana di Castelluccio di Norcia.
Castiglione del Lago
Castiglione del Lago is one of the eight municipalities of Lake Trasimeno; one of the four largest lakes in Italy (128 km2).