Five of our favourite attractions in Umbria

Duomo di Orvieto

Located in the town of Orvieto, this impressive cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Its facade is adorned with intricate sculptures and mosaics and stunning golden reliquary.

Perugia’s Historic Centre

Explore the charming streets and medieval architecture of Perugia’s historic centre. Highlights include the Palazzo dei Priori, the Fontana Maggiore and the Rocca Paolina, a fortress-turned-shopping area.

Montefalco Vineyards

Umbria is known for its excellent wines, particularly the Sagrantino. Take a trip to Montefalco and visit its vineyards, enjoy wine tastings and learn about the winemaking process while enjoying panoramic views of the countryside!

Cascate delle Marmore

Located near Terni, the breathtaking waterfall is one of the tallest in Europe. You can take a guided tour to explore the surroundings nature reserve, hike to different viewpoints and even witness the controlled release of the waters!

Spoleto’s Ponte delle Torri

This medieval aqueduct is an iconic symbol of Spoleto. Take a stroll across the bridge for panoramic views of the town and the surrounding countryside, or hike along the trail that leads to the fortress of Rocca Albornoziana.

These are just a few of the best attractions in Umbria, offering a mix of history, art, nature and culinary delights. Each place has its own charm and unique experiences to offer, ensuring a memorable visit to this beautiful region of Italy!

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