Among the most ancient Etruscan town and features where to spend your holidays in Umbria, Perugia is a mix of culture, an extraordinary blend of antiquity and modernity.
Discover the Fontana Maggiore, the Rocca Paolina, the National Gallery, the Etruscan Well, the works of art housed in the free admission Churches, live a unique experience in Perugia Underground.
Taste the local cuisine, tasting local products, famous all over the world!
Also, do not forget the most anticipated annual events: Umbria Jazz in July, Eurochocolate in October and the International Journalism Festival in April.
The nerve center of the most famous spiritual world, a real dive in the history of the most emblematic character of Christianity: discover Assisi, the Basilica of San Francesco in the church of Santa Chiara, from the Porziuncola of Santa Maria degli Angeli at the Cathedral of San Rufino.
Walk the path of the “poor man of Assisi”, without forgetting the Bosco dedicated to him.
Do not forget to mark the agenda the evocative event of Calendimaggio: a week of medieval plays and open tavernas.
Listed as one of the most charming medieval villages of Umbria and Italy, it is located a few steps from the Hotel Il Perugino, and the historic center of Perugia.
Let yourself be captivated by the distinctive path between Porta Santa Maria and Porta San Francesco, not to mention the visit of the Church of Santa Maria Assunta which houses two of the most famous works of history: the Assumption by Perugino and Gonfalone of Benedetto Bonfigli.
Also discover the Museum of Sacred Art, kept in Church of San Cristoforo, the Museum of the Peasant House and the Paleontological Museum, inside the Town Hall, which in turn houses the splendid Zuccari decorations.
Are you a fan of pageants? Or maybe you’re on the hunt for unique moments to tell with your photos?
Gubbio will not disappoint! An Umbrian town rich in culture and tradition hosting incredible events like the Corsa dei Ceri, extraordinary paths through the city between cable cars and countless breathtaking lookout.
Castiglione Del Lago
Spectacular scenery, small trips by boat, white beaches and the thrill of sunsets over the water, jumping from an Island to the other: the advantages of an unconventional holiday!
Enjoy a village that still retains the old protective walls, without sacrificing the fun!
The cafes nearby Lago Trasimeno enliven your walks every night, while the beaches surrounded by greenery only make the sunny days of your vacation!
If you’re visiting Umbria, you can not miss Spello left intoxicated by the scents of flowers, coloring irresistibly terraces of this small village, the extraordinary peace that animates the streets rosso Tiziano and romantic outdoor restaurants.
Delighted most colorful event of the city during the traditional Infiorata, Spello is host of artists who paint unique paintings, composed of petals of all shades.
The protagonist of various artistic and cultural influences, Spoleto will leave you breathless! It starts from the Rocca Albornoziana, made up of the main courtyard, which houses the National Museum of the Duchy, from the multi-purpose space for exhibitions, concerts and conferences, and the Arms patio, with its charming outdoor theater.
You’re just at the beginning: Discover the breathtaking scenery visible from the Ponte delle Torri, plunge into history by visiting the Roman Theater and left overwhelmed by the beauty of the Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral, which houses frescoes by Pinturicchio and Filippo Lippi.
Do not forget the Giro della Rocca, from which you can admire from the Cathedral and the beautiful valley of Spoleto.
In summer, the city comes alive with the Festival dei Due Mondi: concerts, dances, shows and art.
And if all this does not satisfy you, you just have to taste the undisputed traditional Spoleto: black truffles!
An extraordinary mixture of architectural styles, from neo-Baroque, Gothic, featuring the beautiful Foligno, dominated by the Cathedral of San Feliciano.
A walk along the path of the river Topino will take you into the heart of this city to enjoy step by step! From the Art Gallery to the Italian Center of Contemporary Art, the Oratory of Nunziatella, which houses some works of Perugino and of Lattanzio di Nicolò Alunno, the Romanesque church of Santa Maria Infraportas.
Enjoy a little ‘peace at Parco Canapè and taste the local cuisine: mushrooms, truffles, extra virgin olive oil, local wine and game.
From your diary the Giostra della Quintana: chivalrous commemoration that marries the history of medieval plays the commemoration of the fashion of the time, without forgetting the traditional cuisine.