Spoleto has a unique charm that keeps the visitor wanting more. It isn't as well known as some of the other towns in Umbria so the masses (unaware) haven't spoiled this truly special place. The central focal point is a medieval bridge that has great view's of the countryside. There are many archaeological areas including a duomo that is breathtaking. ...
Cities near Spoleto
- 27 reviews
The secret is out. Todi, once called the most livable city in the world, is beloved by thousands of visitors. But, being in quiet Umbria, it still doesn't feel overcrowded in relation to Tuscany standards (especially off-season). Easily accessible by bus or train, it's almost imperative you visit on a trip to Umbria. With architecture dating back to Roman times, ...
- 34 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.
- 44 reviews
Everything you'd ever want from an old Umbrian hilltop town - views, culture, history, great wine, strongozzi, and truffles! Montefalco over-looks the main valley in Umbria and on the other side of the valley you'll spot Assisi. The town itself is surrounded by vineyards growing the absolutely stunning Sagrantino wine (highly tannic red that mellows after around 7 years of ...
- 59 reviews
cascata delle marmore
- 63 reviews
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 ...
- 77 reviews
Known as a city of flowers, Spello has a reputation for dressing up. Window boxes and potted plants are more prevalent in this Italian hill town than in others and it holds a flower festival every year in May.
- 83 reviews
Tramonto a Foligno (Umbria)
- 91 review
My home town...and home to the famous Onion Festival held annually the first two weeks of September!
- 104 reviews
Although there's no flashy sites here, it's one of the most beautiful towns in Umbria, perfect for a day of wine-tasting and strolling.
- 114 reviews
This mountain town is the home of all things salumi! In fact anytime you see a "Norcineria" in any other part of Italy, it's because the art of salumi-making was perfected here. Don't just try the pork salumi - there is also cure wild boar!
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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 ...
- 152 reviews
This is a spectacular hilltop town with friendly people and a thriving culture. The best time to visit is October, when Trevi's monthlong medieval festival is held. Be sure to see the palio -- a cart race around the cobbled streets that pits the town's three neighborhoods against each other -- and the progressive dinner, where participants walk from tavern ...
- 161 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 ...