Province of Perugia
Surrounded by lovely green hills in the province of Perugia, Gallano Resort Umbria is a famous tourist resort in Italy's Umbria region, which is famously known as Italy's green heart.
This resort comprises of a medieval castle, which is... continue
Tuoro sul Trasimeno is a little village located in the province of Perugia, which is part of Umbria, one of the twenty regions that Italy consists of.
In the Middle Ages, the village lived one of the most disastrous and... continue
Spoleto, an enchanting ancient city, located in the province of Perugia, in Umbria, is a place full of history. The first historical mention of the city is the notice of the foundation of a colony there in 241 B.C. 24 years later, after... continue
Situated in the heart of Umbria, on top of a hill at 470 meter above sea level, stands Collazzone, a charming medieval-style town, not far from Perugia. Enclosed by a circle of walls, Collazzone preserves its ancient features,... continue
Assisi is a small Umbrian town in central Italy, located 12 miles East of Perugia at an elevation of 1,300 feet. Assisi is best known as the birthplace of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of Italy, the founder of the Franciscan order,... continue
Assisi essential place of interest include art and monuments such as the Rocca Maggiore,Temple of Minerva, Palazzo Capitano del Popolo as well as Roman Amphitheatre.At Rocca Maggiore, you will see earliest record of a building dating back to 1174,... continue
The B & B Torre Sangiovanni is a charming period residence situated within the walls of the castle town of Collevalenza, long recognized as one of the best resorts around the county, was born from the merger of part of the castle walls with the... continue
Agriturismo La Montagnola is located few km and minutes away from the most beautiful towns in Umbria, on the hills overlooking the Umbrian valley, in front of Perugia and Assisi, half way between the medieval village of Torgiano and the Etruscan... continue
The ideal tour covers the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, which houses the small church and the chapel of the Transit Porziuncola of St. Francis, the church of San Damiano, the New Church, the Oratory of San Francesco Piccolino, Cathedral San... continue
In Perugia, the memories of the life of St. Francis are tied to the beauty of the Umbrian capital, which has some of the most beautiful sights of Umbria and is presented as a jewel of Italian art from Etruscan times to the present day. In town you... continue
Among the folklore events, the Calendimaggio festival is the most famous. It’s a festival of profane origin, during three days and starting on the first Thursday of May (the second Thursday when the first one is the 1st of May) It’s the celebration... continue
Piazza del Comune (the Main Square of the town) is situated at the heart of the town and built on the site of the ancient Roman forum. The square is surrounded by ancient medieval buildings, and a fountain stands in the middle. To the side of the... continue
The Basilica of St. Clare is an outstanding example of Gothic-Italian architecture, built in the second half of the 13th century and perhaps designed by Filippo da Campello. The Basilica is attached to the Church of St. George, in which the body of... continue
Spending a day in Assisi, Italy, is like stepping back in time. I wandered the winding cobblestone streets uphill and down, looking in shop windows and just soaking in the atmosphere of a medieval city in Europe. While going to Assisi, set your... continue
What you can find inside is a great wonder. Within the Cathedral are two main chapels, a reliquary and tomb. The Upper Chapel contains beautiful 13th century stained glass and numerous frescos. Unfortunately, many of the frescos (designed by Cimabue... continue
Piazza Giordano Bruno is dominated by the imposing structure of the Chiesa di San Domenico. During the early Middle Ages, this area was the site of the local horse market and fair. Tradition has it that the church was designed by Giovanni Pisano. In... continue
I was walking up along Corso Garibaldi, which itself was obscure and lonely enough, when I caught sight of the sign which pointed to this park. So I heeded it, and after two tiny lanes and through an iron gate, I ended up in paradise! The Parco di... continue
Every fall in the Umbrian town of Perugia, there is held a 10-day festival which brings choco-holics from far and wide. The Eurochocolate Festival is an amazing display of chocolate in all forms, from thick hot chocolate infused with liqueurs and... continue
During my trip to Umbria, I had the chance to visit many archeological sites and museum. The National Archeological Museum of Perugia left me with a pleasant surprise.
This museum is loaded with Etruscan antiquities displayed in a simple manner.... continue
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