- 21Italy2 reviews
This is one of my favorite towns in Italy. It is small and gives you a real flavor of what life is in Umbria. It all revolves around the main cathedral in town but what is special about this and what seperates this from all of the other churches you will see in Italy is what you find inside. There ...
- 22Italy5 reviews
You know how everyone wants to find the perfect Italian hill town that hasn't yet been discovered? That's Narni. When I first visited in 2003, the tourist office didn't even have a map for me (they photocopied one from their desk). If you happen to be anywhere near Umbria in April, don't miss the Corsa all'Anello, the Race for the ...
- 24Italy3 reviews
Lovely lake-side town in the north of Umbria. Perfect for strolling with a gelato in the summer.
- 25Italy1 review
If you would like to continue along Perugino discover, go to Città Della Pieve (the ticket for all the visits 4€ in piazza Matteotti in front at Pippo’s Bar) to Santa Maria de I Bianchi is the most beautiful Perugino's fresco showing “la natività e l’arrivo dei Magi” in Corso Vannucci, then his portrait and other important pictures in the ...
- 26Italy1 review
- 29Italy1 review
Tiny town near Lake trasimeno. A great place for a super mellow holiday.Explore nearby vineyards and fish restaurants, go kayaking on the lake, hang out by the pool.
- 30Italy2 reviews
Amazing place to rent in Italy http://www.concepteast.com/casab/contacts-and-location.html
- 32Italy2 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 ...
- 34Italy1 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 ...
- 35Italy1 review
Fratta Todina is a Umbrian town near Perugia. It is tiny, quaint, and not overrun by tourists.
- 38Italy1 review