City of Etruscan origin, Perugia is today famous for being one of the most important university cities of Italy, as well as being the organizer of many events, such as Umbria Jazz and Eurochocolate. It is home to the second oldest academy in Italy (the Academy of Fine Arts) and one of the first public libraries, the Augusta Library.
A small town at the foot of Mount Subasio, of Roman and Renaissance style. Spello It is now famous for the quality of its olive oil and the Corpus Domini floral display. You can also visit the Roman House of the first century AD C. which was unearthed in 1885 thanks to the excavations carried out under the Town Hall, the church of S. Andrea built in 1258 and the church of S. Lorenzo which has a really suggestive façade, with a loggia from the XII century, rose windows from the XVI and decorative elements of VIII.
Assisi is the land where St. Francis was born and lived and here are the places linked to his spiritual life and that of his friends. Together with almost all of its territory, Assisi in 2000 was included in the list of World Heritage Sites. Every year it is half of millions of tourists who can enjoy the history, the landscape and the tranquility that characterizes it.
The third largest city in Umbria is situated in a flat area, a feature that makes it pleasant to visit on foot or by bike. The Duomo, Palazzo Trinci and many events throughout the year are accompanied by a great food and wine offer. It is much sought after also for those who want to spend an evening with friends full of fun, with bars and restaurants open until late at night.
Gubbio is one of the most ancient cities of Umbria, wonderfully preserved over the centuries and rich in monuments that bear witness to its glorious past. Architecturally it represents the masterpiece of medieval civilization and two-fourteenth-century society, articulated in the guilds of arts and crafts. Evidence of its ancient origins are the Tavole Eugubine and the Roman theater located just outside the walls.