WAITING FOR PERUGINO
In 2023 we celebrate the fifth centenary of the death of one of the greatest masters of the Italian Renaissance: Pietro Vannucci known as Il Perugino
What to see in Umbria
Umbria is a land rich in old neighborhoods, places of great natural and historical significance, towns to visit, good food to taste, and country areas where you can truly enjoy the air and take deep breaths. From Perugino's paintings to the heights of Mount Cucco, from Orvieto's Cathedral to Mount Subasio via traditional restaurants and artisans' workshops.
Saint Lawrence Island: docks available
Come and explore the Saint Lawrence “Island,” the oldest Perugia core. The complex, whose name comes from being a compact block you can “circumnavigate” on foot, includes: the Chapter Museum, the archaeological area of Perugia Underground, and Saint Lawrence's Cathedral.
What to do in Umbria
Umbria is a – shy lady, who often hides her own jewels: towns rich in history and art, artisans' shops where old craftsmanship traditions have been preserved, high-quality producers of wine and olive oil. The “green heart of Italy” makes a direct bridge into Nature, where you may go for a walk, play sports, or visit grottoes in which the echoes of a faraway past still resound.