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It is located in the heart of the Italian peninsula and is characterized by a variety of landscapes, green hills, countryside, forests, mountains, lakes, rivers and all the best that nature has to offer .

It has an inestimable artistic and historical heritage : ancient monasteries, basilicas designed and frescoed by the greatest artists of the time and famous places of worship.

The provinces are: Perugia and Terni.

WHAT SEE

Assisi

Perugia is the capital of Umbria, with its Etruscan walls, Piazza IV Novembre with the Fontana Maggiore, the Cathedral and the Palazzo dei Priori.

Today it is a well-known cultural center of the region, thanks to its universities, in particular the famous University for Foreigners.

Assisi is certainly the most important destination in all of Umbria, as it was the birthplace of San Francesco, patron saint of Italy. Unesco has declared the entire city and the Franciscan places World Heritage Sites.

Gubbio also this city is closely linked to the name of the Saint: here Francis took refuge from Assisi and tamed the wolf.

TRADITIONAL CUISINE

Umbrian cuisine is made of simple and natural ingredients, linked to its traditions, where the undisputed protagonist is undoubtedly the truffle of which there are about seven varieties : from black to white truffles, particular mention is made of the Norcia black truffle.

For meat lovers , the flagship is the pork which thanks to the skill of the butchers is transformed into delicious sausages or tasty hams and salami, to be enjoyed with the typical bland bread: Try the cheeses , the aged pecorino. and fresh or seasoned goats.

The lentils of Castelluccio di Norcia are a tasty ingredient for soups, they have obtained the Igp (protected geographical indication) from the European Union.

Then the Dop oil and fine white and red DOC wines, among which we remember the Assisi Grechetto and the Sagrantino di Montefalco wine.

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WHAT TO DO

Umbria is the ideal place for those who love being in contact with nature with itineraries to discover woods, castles, sanctuaries, villages and characteristic villages such as Assisi and Spello.

The Marmore Falls attract visitors from all over Europe who also have the opportunity to practice canoeing and kayaking.

The Via Francigena di San Francesco , to be covered on foot, the ” wine roads ” a small trip to the most important centers of Umbria, where it is possible to taste good wines and learn about the food and wine and artisan traditions of the place.

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