Discover Umbria

From Assisi to Perugia via Gubbio, Lake Trasimeno and the Marmore Falls: Umbria is an enchanting tourist destination


Lying on the slopes of Mount Subasio, Assisi preserves the characteristics of a typical Umbrian village, dominated by the Basilica of St. Francis

Città di Castello

Enclosed by long stretches of 16th. century walls, Città di Castello presents elegant Renaissance architecture


Nestled in the Umbrian Valley, at the foot of the Umbrian-Marche Apennines, Foligno rises up at the confluence of the Topino and Menotre rivers


A medieval town-state perfectly preserved over the centuries and full of monuments that stand testimony to the glorious past

Marmore Waterfalls

Marmore Waterfalls is one of the highest in Europe with a difference in height of 165 metres divided into three jumps


This town of Etruscan origins has one of the richest artistic and cultural heritages in Umbria


An important Etruscan centre, prosperous Roman Municipality and famous medieval town, Perugia preserves an immense artistic and cultural heritage


Spello is one of the most enchanting villages of the Umbrian valley, surrounded by centuries-old olive groves from which a precious and high quality oil is obtained


Spoleto, with its characteristic narrow streets, retains the appearance of a medieval village with Roman influences


In a dominant position overlooking the Tiber Valley, Todi is surrounded by three circles of walls: Etruscan, Roman and Medieval

Trasimeno Lake

On the border with Tuscany, nestled among the green hills of Umbria is Lake Trasimeno, the largest in central Italy

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