This seven-day art and wine tour of Umbria will immerse you in all the romance that this vibrant region has to offer. Umbria is easy to miss for those that have never been, but unforgettable for those that have.
Each day in Umbria is another chance to fall in love with Italy; with the region, the food, the wine, and the people.
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The city of Todi boasts a beautiful and immaculate piazza adorned with the pristine white marble of the Duomo. Orvieto can be seen atop a cliff, towering over the green valley below. Experience first-hand why Montefalco is considered “the Balcony of Umbria,” with a panoramic view of the region from every angle. And explore Montefalco’s incredible churches.
Torgiano still maintains its historic symbol of power in the walls that surround the city. Assisi, one of the most popular cities to visit, grows higher up the mountain the closer you get, with the bleached white facade of the church of Saint Francis shining over the valley. Perugia, the capital of Umbria, will have you following Etruscan walls around the city and exploring the empty, colourful streets that take you through history.
The air of Umbria smells of wheat and old stone. The people welcome you into their shops and restaurants with open smiles and exaggerated gesticulations. Umbria quietly boasts its historical past, while maintaining a proud and friendly modernity.
Umbria is known to be a famous region for its nature and spirituality. Outside the main touristic traits, this region lets you experience the authentic Italian tradition. People and shops here are not impured by the mass tourism.
If you are looking for a detox, you should check out the Eremito hotel. Located inside a restored monastery close to Terni, this place offers unique experience that nowadays it’s hard to find: you can disconnect from the outside world, with a touch of luxury, thanks to gourmet cousine and award winning spa treatments offered onboard.
While spending your holidays in Umbria, do not forget to spend some time in Todi. In this little village, you will find one of the most beautiful squares of Italy, and a variety of traditional workshops. Furthermore, the area is famous for the art of decorations and mosaics created in wood, locally called “arte ebanistica”.
One of our favorite places in Marche region is , without any doubt, Corinaldo. In this little medieval village, it seems as if the time stopped. Even if Piedmont is more famous for white and black truffles, in autumn Marche becomes a gourmet paradise as well.
The region offers attractions all year around. During the summer, the “Jazz Festival” gathers the lovers of jazz music and the “Contesa del pozzo della polenta”- those who love to eat. This medieval festival is dedicated to polenta and takes place every 3 weekends of July.