Umbria

Discovering Umbria Region

Umbria is an important Region close to the Regions of Tuscany and Marche. The Region is rich in historic towns perched on the hills as well as to major cities such as Spoleto, Gubbio, Assisi and many others.



monte cristo island

Ancient School of Agriculture Monte Cristo Island is located in the town of Todi in the Province of Perugia. It is the oldest School of Agriculture in Italy (Agricultural Technical Institute Ciuffelli) placed on the Hill Tubelo which celebrated in 2014 the 150 years of activity for its tradition and innovation of the agricultural sector.

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spoleto

Roman influences Spoleto is located in the province of Perugia at the southern end of the Umbrian Valley or Valley of Spoleto (extended in ancient alluvial plain occupied by lakes Clitorius and Umber), developed on the low hilly promontory of the Hill St. Elias. With its influences from the Roman era, Spoleto is an elegant

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gubbio

The gray city Gubbio is ancient town in Umbria, is a medieval village nestling at the foot of Mount Ingino in the province of Perugia. It is bordered to the east by the Apennine Mountains in the Marche region and to the west by the Tiber valley, a stunning area full of natural beauty and

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assisi

The birthplace of St. Francis Assisi is located in the Province of Perugia also known as the city of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare, an Italian religious and collaborator of St. Francis as well as the founder of the Poor Clares, besides being one of the most visited place in Umbria and favorite

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spello

A medieval village between mountains and hills Spello is a medieval borough perched on a spur of Mount Subasio, about thirty kilometers from Perugia and five kilometers from the nearby town of Foligno. The territory stretches out from mountains, hills and plains rich in fertile soil suitable for cultivation of cereals, vines and olive trees

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fonti clitunno

Rare plant species Fonti Clitunno is a nature park located in Campello sul Clitunno, between the towns of Spoleto and Foligno, where in ancient times there were chapels, villas and spas. The natural clear waters sources gush from fissures of the rock through the veins of water that feed the river Clitunno. The lake is

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marmore falls

Calcium salts on the rocks similar to marble Marmore Falls are located a few kilometers from Terni, a fundamental goal for those who decide to visit Umbria. The waterfall is flow controlled as well as being among the highest and most important in Europe which name derived from calcium salts present on the rocks that

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corciano

Ancient building complex Corciano is a medieval village situated on a hill about twelve kilometers from Perugia. The original Castrum was built in medieval times and is surrounded by a wall complex built between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. However, the period of the Renaissance was very significant for the city that adorned itself by

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trasimeno

The fine wines Trasimeno gathers various types of wine produced in the homonymous district wine tourism in the Province of Perugia. The wine route of Colli Trasimeno was known since ancient times by the Etruscans, Romans, Byzantines, Carthaginians, and by the Umbrians fishermen of Lake St. Francis, the Pilgrims of the Middle Ages and the

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