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Experience old-world Italy in the central region of Umbria, which has retained its medieval charm and untouched landscapes. It’s the only region in Italy that doesn’t share a border with the sea or another country, which makes it a wonderful place to participate in age-old Italian traditions unchanged by outside influences.
Umbria’s main city, Perugia, is perched on a hill surrounded by ancient walls. Remnants of its Roman history remain, including a Roman amphitheater and thermal baths. Wander through the National Gallery of Umbria and marvel at the elegant Maggiore Fountain. Enjoy the cosmopolitan atmosphere and active nightlife scene bolstered by the students attending the city’s two universities.
Visit Assisi, the hometown of Italy’s patron saint and a major pilgrimage destination for Christians. Most buildings in the town are named after St. Francis, the most prominent being the Basilica of St. Francis. Make the most of Assisi’s location on a hill and take photos of the wonderful views out to the green fields of Mount Subasio.
South of Perugia is the province of Terni, which boasts stunning natural sights, including the Cascate delle Marmore waterfalls. Go rock climbing in Ferentillo, start a canoe trip from Arrone and hike up the mountain slopes overlooking River Nera. For an excursion that requires less exertion, follow the wine trails and sample wines made from locally grown varietals.
Gubbio, the oldest village in Umbria, is a true symbol of the Middle Ages. Visit the Consul’s Palace and the Ducal Palace to see local art. Taste Umbrian cake, also known as panpepato, in a local café. The attractive city of Orvieto, known for its gloriously extravagant Gothic cathedral, is another common destination on tourist itineraries.
Umbria’s airport is located between Perugia and Assisi and offers regional flights on a seasonal schedule. Consider taking a Trenitalia train from elsewhere in Italy to Umbria’s major towns. A bus service connects smaller towns and villages, though the most reliable way to get around is by car.
Come to Umbria for breathtaking landscapes and to experience the region’s seductive, slow-paced lifestyle.
We spent 3 nights in total at the hotel. We had to book the rooms night by night due to a family bereavement. The hotel staff were extremely accomodating we had the sane room keot for us. The roons were clean extremely comfortable and in better circumstances would stay again.
We stayed at the Perugia Park Hotel on the final night of our trip and before flying back to the UK from Perugia Airport. We found the check-in very fast, parking was plentiful, the rooms were very comfortable with excellent bathroom and very good Wi-Fi. As this hotel is in a quiet area midway between ...
A great hotel, classically old-school with polite, friendly but discreet staff, quiet corridors and grand public spaces. The views from the balconies are exceptional, the rooms spacious and well-appointed. The pool in the cellars is atmospheric, the breakfast is comprehensive and delicious. Together ...
Staff were extremely friendly and welcoming. Lovely spacious family room, cleaned to a high standard, large bathroom with both shower cubicle and a bath. Great pool with well kept grounds. Good choice for breakfast, restaurant was very reasonably priced, good menu for both adults and kids and tasty ...
Nice hotel, good dinner and breakfast. Nice indoor pool , tea and coffee in the room,very nice area very near to the city. Well mantained building. I would recommend this hotel ,we had a very pleasant stay