Walk through the towns and cities of Umbria for a taste of the old-world lifestyle of the region – a place where you’ll catch sight, through windows, of Grandmas in aprons baking, where people don’t even consider locking their doors, and where everyone is trusting and friendly right from the start. Hike through a countryside of rolling lush hills and wander through ancient medieval towns crawling with locals instead of tourists.
The green heart of Italy, Umbria sings of Italian tradition, from the hearty meat based meals to the wine, enjoy quiet meals of roast pork and pasta at countryside restaurants served with a red wine from a local vineyard up the road. Or head to Perugia for a night out in the bars and clubs, with lots of students from the Università per Stranieri and head out to the countryside the next morning for some fresh air and a long walk – the best way of recovering form the night before.
We know a total of 17 attractions in Umbria. See all Umbria attractions.
For a cultural holiday in Italy, a two or even three centre trip involving the great cultural centres of Rome, Florence and Venice.
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The gently rolling hills, vineyards and olive groves of Umbria offer the perfect cycling backdrop.
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