What to do in Umbria

What you may do in Umbria

Umbria gives you the opportunity to visit Medieval and Renaissance churches, museums and art galleries in its centuries-old towns. To enjoy trips in a virgin landscape, across natural parks and river areas. To eat traditional Umbrian dishes, and be introduced to vineyards and cellars of winemakers.

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Paths and itineraries to discover the works of the divine painter

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.

Perugia: vista della piazza principale, Piazza IV Novembre. Sguardo rivolto verso corso Vannucci, con vista della Fontana Maggiore e della facciata di Palazzo dei Priori dietro di essa.


Perugia, the Regional County Seat of Umbria, is a town definitely worth discovering for the magnificence of its streets, squares, fountains, as well as the
Orvieto: vista aerea della città. La città si erge sulla Rupe di tufo ed è circondata dal verde delle campagne umbre.


A neat landscape and sweet, green hills provide the background to the wonderful town of Orvieto, rising on a tuff and pozzolana block some 50
Vista panoramica di Assisi e della Basilica di San Francesco dai campi sottostanti. Dal basso verso l’alto: campi di grano gialli, vegetazione e boschi verdi, Assisi in pietra bianca rosata, e cielo azzurro.


Assisi and its surroundings, embedded in the Umbrian countryside at the wooded foot of Mount Subasio, have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List