This labyrinthian medieval hill town has been restored by a prominent Belgian architect in the last 50 years, and the result is a stunning, functional, charming destination for strolling, dining, or simply catching a gorgeous view of the Italian countryside from the grassy knoll at the very top of the city. Stop by Boccondivino for world-class upscale dining, Tre Porte ...
Cities near Labro
- 2Italy1 review
This tiny lakeside resort-town is a charming place to spend an afternoon or a whole vacation. You can rent paddle boats, canoes, or motor boats and cruise around Lake Piediluco, dine waterside or sun yourself at a rented chair/umbrella area, or, if you time your right, watch rowing races from the bleachers or catch itinerant artistic performances snaking through the ...
- 4Italy9 reviews
- 5Italy9 reviews
This town is Beautiful,Quaint and has retained its Charm in spite of its increasing popularity. If you are in the region of Umbria I would suggest that you spend a couple of days in Spoleto. It is small and easy to get around with a small town hospitality you rarely find in Italy.
- 6Italy5 reviews
A very quaint Italian hill town with a system of caves underground that have quite a fascinating history. The town inspired CS Lewis in naming, Narnia.
- 8Italy1 review
- 9Italy1 review
Visit this town for one reason: Le Mummie (mummies). Weirdly preserved by virtue of a particular bacteria in the earth which thrives on the water in cells, bodies have been scarily well preserved for hundreds of years. The site is really an old church graveyard which was unearthed during renovations to the church still active above it. However, the story ...
- 11Italy1 review
- 12Italy1 review
This tiny town is an undiscovered, "authentic" (though I hate that word) piece of Italy. At the southernmost tip of Umbria, it features a historic Ursuline monastery, incredible views, homemade gelato in the central bar, and great porchetta (roast pork). A nice place to stay if you're looking for a taste of village life.
- 13Italy1 review
A cute little village on the way from the Umbrian Valley to the Valnerina area. There are a couple of good trattorias here, but I like to go to Scheggino on a hot summer's day. Its just high enough to enjoy some pleasant mountain air without have to actually make the trek. Bring a picnic lunch and sit under the ...
- 14Italy1 review
- 16Italy1170 reviews
Rome, the Eternal City, and epicenter of the Roman Empire which lasted almost a thousand years, is one of the most interesting places that I have ever visited. I've been there twice, and loved each and every minute of it.
- 17Holy See194 reviews
Vatican City tour brings you to the magnificent St.Peter's Cathedral, see its treasures including Michelangelo's Pieta.
- 18Italy32 reviews
Ah, so this is where the tourists are in Umbria. Much of Umbria was so quiet, but buses full of tourists descend upon Assisi, the birthplace of St. Francis. Grand churches abound in Assisi, and the view of the surrounding countryside is stunning.
- 19Italy23 reviews
Beautiful and pretty accessible Umbrian hill town. Great spot to get a taste of the smaller town Italian life.
- 20Italy35 reviews
Perugia is a wonderful city, especially if you love steep climbs, since the city is essentially built on hills. Perugia is a commercial and industrial city, with a large university population. I liked the city immensely, but I would use the car more if I went back.