• Assisi
    Assisi Photo: Lachlan Gowen, CC0, Unsplash.com
  • Appennini, Castelluccio
    Appennini, Castelluccio Photo: Damiano Lingauri, CC BY, Unsplash.com
  • Vicoli di Spello
    Vicoli di Spello Photo: Alessio Roversi, CC BY, Unsplash.com
  • Cascate delle Marmore Photo: Stefano Zocca, CC BY, Unsplash.com
  • Die Abtei San Pietro in Valle in Umbrien Photo: Andrew Moore, CC BY-SA, www.flickr.com
  • Gubbio Photo: Sterling Lanier, CC0, Unsplash.com
  • Assisi Photo: Monique Kraan, CC0, Unsplash.com


Umbria, still little known destination but of immense potential. A region rich in culture, history, monuments, and finally wonderful landscapes typically Apennine. Many activities for all tastes, from the pilgrimage route of San Francesco to the canoe routes of the Marmore waterfalls. A place truly to be discovered.
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Destinations in Umbria


Attractions in Umbria

In the heart of central Italy, Umbria is situated on the central Apennine ridge. Completely in the Italian hinterland, the region is surrounded by Lazio, Marche and Tuscany. Despite its position close to the Apennines, the territory has, in addition to mountainous areas, also large flat and hilly areas, especially in the central part of the region. Umbria is home to the magnificent Marmore waterfalls, among the most beautiful in Europe, and also the largest lake in central Italy, the Trasimeno, surrounded by myths and legends that date back to the ancient Etruscans. Along cultural and pilgrimage routes such as La Via di San Francesco, it is possible to reach important destinations of historical, cultural and religious importance such as Assisi, Norcia and Gubbio. Among other destinations, are famous the unique medieval centers of Perugia, Citta` di Castello, Bevagna, Spello and the perched citadel of Orvieto. In short, a region for all tastes, which reflects the beauty of this land between canoe and kayak routes on the Nera river and Marmore waterfalls, walks and visits to historic centers, Apennine views and tastings of wines and typical local products along "the streets of wine " completely immersed in nature.

Marmore waterfalls