Umbria

Umbria

Untouched landscapes, immersed in the green of the valley valleys, and ancient villages make Umbria an enchanted region.
A land made of hills, mountains and valleys, which is born in the heart of the boot and extends over the central dock of the Tiber.

Umbria is also the region of Lake Trasimeno, the largest lake in central Italy, in whose territory are still present today the remains of Etruscan settlements, especially in the area of ​​Castiglione del Lago, a village that joins the charm of the landscape natural, romantic and tranquil lake waters.
From the waters of the Trasimeno you pass to the waters of the Marmore Falls near Terni, considered among the most beautiful in Europe.
The waterfalls that dive into the Black River with a spectacular 165-meter jump, are surrounded by lush vegetation and are a destination for sports lovers of canoeing, kayaking and more.
Among the pearls of the region stands out Assisi, who gave birth to St. Francis, patron of Italy, and Santa Chiara. In the province of Terni is Orvieto, famous for its spectacular Duomo, for palaces, medieval alleys and the mythical Pozzo di San Patrizio.
Perched on the slopes of the mountains there are other magnificent “crib” villages, such as Bevagna and Spello.
Another beautiful medieval center of Umbria is Gubbio, a picturesque village linked to the life of St. Francis.
The provinces are: Perugia (capital city), Terni.

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