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Suggested itineraries:

  1. Lugnano in Teverina, Orvieto e Todi
  2. Spello, Trevi, Bevagna e Montefalco
  3. Norcia e Cascia
  4. Gubbio e Assisi
  5. Narni e San Gemini
  6. Spoleto e Cascata delle Marmore
  7. Civita di Bagnoregio e Bomarzo
  • Amelia


    It is the oldest city of Umbria, founded by the “Umbri” in the 12th century B.C. The ancient hamlet is protected by megalithic polygonal walls, formed by large blocks held […]

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  • Narni


    Like Amelia, Narni (15 Km from Amelia) is an Umbrian, Roman, medieval, Renaissance town. Visit the “Fortress dell’Albornoz”, the bridge of Augusto, the aqueduct of the Formina, the piazza of […]

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  • Orvieto


    Orvieto is an ancient Etruscan town, known by the name of Velzna, it was an important centre in Roman, Medieval and Renaissance times, as well as an important centre of […]

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  • Lugnano in Teverina

    Lugnano in Teverina

    Lugnano in Teverina (12 Km from Amelia) is a medieval and renaissance town of Roman origin, overlooking the Tiber valley and it’s counted among the most beautiful villages in Italy. […]

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  • Todi


    Todi rises imposingly within its Etruscan, Roman and medieval city walls, overlooking a breathtaking valley. Must to visit the splendid Piazza del Popolo, on which stands the City Hall complex […]

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  • San Gemini

    San Gemini

    San Gemini is a charming medieval town built on the ruins of an ancient Roman settlement.It’s worth a visit the Palazzo Vecchio and the Tower Esperia (XII-XIII century) with the […]

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  • Marmore waterfall

    Marmore waterfall

    The spectacular Marmore waterfall is one of the highest in Europe with a vertical drop of 165 meters. You can also take guided tours, including visits in to the galleries […]

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  • Civita di Bagnoregio

    Civita di Bagnoregio

    Civita di Bagnoregio is an ancient town founded by the Etruscans in 2500 BC that stands on a fortress which dominates the valley of the Badlands, it’s listed among the […]

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  • Bomarzo and the Monster Park

    Bomarzo and the Monster Park

    In Bomarzo there is the “sacred forest”, known as the “Monster Park”, where you will admire the incredible stone sculptures depicting giant animals and mythological characters, the leaning house and […]

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  • Gubbio


    Gubbio is perhaps the most beautiful medieval towns in Umbria. The “Tables of Gubbio” of III-I century B.C., the ruins of the Roman Theatre of the first century. B.C. as well […]

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  • Assisi


    Assisi, birthplace of St. Francis, is one of the most beautiful cities of Umbria. To visit the Basilica of San Francesco, the Basilica of Santa Chiara, the church of San […]

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  • Spello


    Ancient Roman colony and splendid beautiful medieval village, Spello lies on Subasio Mount, placed on the Flaminia consular road, protected by medieval walls. It preserves numerous monuments of its Roman […]

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  • Montefalco


    Famous for Sagrantino DOCG wine, Montefalco is one of the most beautiful villages of Italy. All the main streets converging towards the large, circular shaped square, at one time known […]

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  • Trevi


    Ancient Roman town built along the Via Flaminia, Trevi is one of the most beautiful villages of Italy (http://www.borghipiubelliditalia.it/borghi), famous for its delicious olive oil. Constructed in concentric circles, Trevi […]

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  • Bevagna


    Bevagna, one of the most beautiful villages of Italy (http://www.borghipiubelliditalia.it/borghi), has preserved virtually intact its medieval urban structure, which for the most part follows the plan of the ancient Roman town. […]

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  • Cascia


    Located in the most mountainous part of Umbria, Cascia was founded in Roman times and lived the greatest splendor in the Middle Ages. Main attractions of the town are the […]

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  • Norcia


    Norcia, in ancient Nursia, is an important town as early as the ninth century. BC, was then subjected to Rome in 290 BC III sec. A.D. and was the birthplace […]

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