Known for its medieval origins, ancient architecture, untouched green landscapes and beautiful rolling hills, Umbria is the true heart of Italy.

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Umbria is the only region in Italy that isn't touched by the sea, however makes up for it with their incredible vineyards, olive groves, food, art, culture and architecture. With untouched landscapes in the green bending valleys, it makes Umbria a region that will never fail to amaze. If you are looking to discover Italy's true green heart and its enchanting ancient history, Umbria is your perfect destination!

If there's one thing that Umbria does very well, it's certainly their wine. Take in the breathtaking panoramic views surrounding you, enjoy some locally made traditional cuisine and treat yourself to a glass or two of some tasteful Umbrian wine.

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Spoleto Festival
From the end of June to mid-July, Spoleto turns into a big party thanks to the Spoleto Festival, an internationally renowned event dedicated to art, theatre, ballet, opera, movies and music. The festival takes place in several squares around the old city centre.
Duomo di Orvieto
Nothing can prepare you for the visual feast that is Orvieto's soul-stirring Gothic cathedral. Dating to 1290, it sports a black-and-white banded exterior fronted by what is perhaps the most astonishing facade to grace any Italian church: a mesmerising display of rainbow frescoes, jewel-like mosaics, bas-r...
Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria
Visit Umbria's foremost art gallery housed in Palazzo dei Priori on Perugia's main strip. Known as Italy's finest, indulge in over 3000 works of art displayed over 40 rooms; ranging from Byzantine-inspired 13th-century paintings to Gothic works by Gentile da Fabriano and Renaissance masterpieces by home-to...

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