The vast rolling landscape has numerous atmospheric historic villages, towns and beautiful lakes. A holiday in Umbria has it all. So what are you waiting for?
Umbria is known as the green heart of Italy. Travel through the rolling landscape of the Tuscany region and enter Umbria, you see that rivers, forests, lakes, waterfalls and hilly landscapes have hardly been affected by the modern world. Great historical sights around the area are to be found - where time seems to have stood still!
Lake Trasimeno is a lovely place to stay. The 128 km2 large lake is ideally situated between the hills of Tuscany and Umbria, making it a great place to get out in nature and try your hand at walking, relaxing, cycling, horseriding and sailing. From Passignano you can catch a boat to Isola Maggiore, one of the three beautiful islands on the lake. Castiglione del Lago is the capital of the lake and is well worth a visit.
Average summer temperature: 29 degrees
The town of Norcia is famous for its black truffles and sausages.
Handmade pottery and ceramics and also the famous chocolate !
Pilgrimage to Assisi, the famous city of St. Francis.
Monti Sibillini the Piano Grande National Park.
Visit Perugia family park Città Della Domenica where you will find playgrounds, an Indian village and a reptile house.
Deer and wild sheep are walking free and there are attractionsto suit young children and teenagers alike. Thereis even Snow White's house!
There really is something for everyone!
La Cisterna in the old town of Amelia is a must see. Here you can visably see how ingenious the Romans were: they built an underground hydraulic construction which provided all city residents with clean water 2100 years ago.
In Umbria annually during the second and third week of July there is an international jazz festival, where great artists from abroad perform.
Excellent combination of music within a beautiful setting!
Perugia is an all-rounder.
Combining designer boutiques, outlets and workshops. Every day there is something on around the city like an antiques market. So you can literally shop till you drop!!!!