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Umbria

Step into the region know as the green heart of Italy. Incredible landscape unfolds before you: gently rolling green hills, rows and rows of flourishing olive trees and grape vines, and here and there the remains of a medieval village’s wall.

Treat yourself to a healthy pour from a jug of Sagrantino di Montefalco wine and relax under a centuries-old olive tree before taking part in the region’s many medieval re-enactments. From Gubbio to Todi, every village offers a new experience, every city has a unique historic centre to explore with priceless works of art hidden in the web of alleyways where the medieval spirit that characterizes this region lives on. An incredible destination with endless sites to see and dishes to sample for travellers and gourmands alike. For example, Norcia is not only a charming, storybook-style village but also the homeland of Italy’s salumi-making tradition.

And when you want to get away from the everyday rush, the Umbrians, committed to providing authentic, high-quality tourist services, will provide you with the needed cure-all. Such as gazing at lentil plant blossoms, a spectacularly colourful carpet that covers Casetelluccio or bebop with the best of them during an unforgettable New Year’s Eve at Umbria Jazz Winter. Umbria is the tree house that you dreamed about having as a child. The perfect place to lose and then find yourself.

The Umbrians are a rural yet very sophisticated people who enjoy relaxing in the wondrous nature that surrounds them. With great care, they tend to the natural and man-made treasures that they’ve inherited. Some are famous worldwide, such as theworks of the painters Perugino and Giotto visible in the magical city of Assisi. Yet this priceless cultural patrimony isn’t just in the most famous cities. It’s everywhere, from Foligno’s Palazzo Trinci to the masterpieces of painter Benedetto Gozzoli, whose works grace the small town of Montefalco. You’ll find a wealth of historical treasures as well as hidden gems, such as artisans’ secret techniques handed down from one generation to another even today. The ceramic artists in Deruta and the stained-glass masters in the Moretti Caselli workshop in Perugia are just a few. Not to be overlooked is the Burri Collection in Città di Castello which is also the birthplace of another work of art, the beautiful actress Monica Bellucci!

Visitors seeking a palate-pleasing mix of flavourful fruits, vegetables, and game paired with plenty of wine will find their culinary paradise among Umbria’s taste sensations. But don’t be hoodwinked. This is just the starting point of the culinary adventure in Umbria. We are only at the appetizers course. Pork prepared in a variety of delicious ways is served at the typical Umbrian table along with pigeon, goose, and duck as well as lamb and wild turtle dove. Nature bestows Umbria with incredibly succulent products. Take mushrooms, for example. Whether in Orvieto or Perugia, Trasimeno or Monti Sibilini, don’t every turn down for any reason in the world the chance to dig into a plate of strangozzi (a long, rectangular pasta) with truffles and porcini mushrooms, a culinary delight for the ages.

Perugia’s primary shopping street awaits you. Corso Vannucci and its many small side streets are packed with some of the finest stores in Umbria.

But this is just a taste for serious shoppers. In this region, you’ll find extraordinary craftsmanship that in some fields is the finest in the world. Treat yourself to a true Umbrian-style shopping spree. Pop into the quaint workshops of the many important artists that dot the cities and towns throughout the region. Some have been plying their craft for centuries, such as Orvieto’s lacemakers. Other are relatively modern but firmly rooted businesses involving one or two families. Creating unique objects is their common trait. Take home a one-of-a-kind item created by the skilled hands of an artisan and your shopping trip will have been a true success.

We never tire of talking about the gorgeous Umbrian landscapes that we’re certain you’ll never tire of gazing upon. The rolling countryside is calming, captivating, and inspiring, leaving you feeling both free and moved. The sunset over the area known as the Valnerina and sunrise from Monte Subasio are spot-on examples. Mother Nature was very generous when she created Umbria. The region’s mesmerizing valleys are a showcase for rows of olives trees and vineyards as far as the eye can see. Don’t miss your chance to see the hair-raising waterfalls in Marmone, some of Europe’s highest, or the especially transfixing sunset from the banks of Lake Trasimeno.

Rafting aficionados from all over central Italy – and not only – converge not far from the city of Terni. In a gorgeous natural park, get an adrenaline rush unlike any other on your vacation.

For those who simply want to sweat, there are options a plenty. Let’s begin with bicycling in the Umbrian countryside. Aboard two wheels is the best way to fully appreciate the fresh, fragrant air, the colourful landscape, and nature’s fine orchestra in a pristine natural setting. Surrounded by such beauty, you’ll never tire out! And if you prefer two feet over two wheels, Umbria has at least five official trails. You can take in Italy’s greet heart at its finest among the quaint villages and verdant green soft hills.

A wellness vacation is easy to be had in Umbria. If you want to treat yourself to a relaxing get-away, this region offers magnificent resorts and spas, such as those found in Spello where polished Umbrian hospitality is paired with the many health benefits of the thermal baths. But if you’re looking for the perfect spot for maximum relaxation and much more, Nun Relais calls. At the ancient monastery converted into a wellness retreat, you can soak away your troubles in a modern spa that incorporates the ruins of a Roman-era thermal bath. Not bad, huh?

Do you want to dance as if there was no tomorrow? Well, head to the Perugia province where you’ll find some of Italy’s biggest and most popular discotheques. But even passing an evening hitting the various spots in the city of Perugia’s centre is a terrific way to meet people. You might even cut loose on the dance floor of one of the many university haunts that are scattered around the centre.

Events of great cultural interest abound, in particular jazz. The American classical music has found its adopted homeland in Umbria, thanks to the Umbria Jazz festival that started out as a summer event but for years has also included winter concerts. The world’s top jazz artists perform in breathtaking locations.

Umbria was the native land of Francesco d’Assisi. Do we need to say more? One of the Catholic Church’s most important figures, St. Francis left his mark everywhere in Assisi, the city of his birth. Even though this delightful town’s cathedral is dedicated to Saint Rufinus, it’s actually the final stop on a cultural, artistic, and spiritual pilgrimage celebrating the life of beloved St. Francis.

St. Francis is in good company. Umbria was the birthplace of St. Clare, St. Benedict, and St. Rita and there are many points of interest referring to each of their lives throughout the region.

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