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If your clients love Tuscany they will definitely fall in love with Umbria. Italy’s “green heart” is the perfect destination for group tours with charming hill top towns only a few miles from each other, making the region easy to explore. Read more …
Venice - Padua - Assisi - Loreto - San Giovanni Rotondo - Montecassino - Rome
An amazing tour to Italy's most famous spiritual places combining history and religion.
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Rome - Assisi - Siena
Rome – Orvieto – Siena - Assisi - S. Giovanni Rotondo
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Discover the Glories of the Italian Renaissance
Umbria's location has kept its secrets intact – unpolished and authentic – with an array of lustrous traditions and festivals celebrated just as they were hundreds of years ago.
The medieval hilltop towns, built in advantageous positions above verdant valleys, have not only successfully warded off enemies, but defended against some of the more disastrous side-effects of mass tourism.
With destinations that attract those who revel in tranquility, Assisi has been a touchstone for pilgrims since the inception of the Franciscan Order. Those who seek serenity in nature will love hiking the Umbrian mountains; the area around heart-shaped Lake Trasimeno is breathtaking and captivating with its ancient history. As the most important Etruscan strongholds were never more than 20 kilometers from the important source once a shallow sea, the ruins and remnants of past populations are sprinkled throughout the forests. In the southeast the Sibillini Mountains and the Norcia Valley also offer impressive backdrops for athletic adventures… or for those who just really love the delicious meats the area is famous for. Umbria’s farm-to-table cuisine features fresh ingredients, full bodied wines and earthy truffles. For chocolate lovers, a stop at the region’s cocoa core, Perugia, cannot be missed. The Eurochocolate festival held there every October is one of the most import culinary events in Italy – and it can easily be combined with tours to Tuscany or Lazio. From sacred sites to the underground cities just below the surface of towns like Orvieto, Todi and Narni, the region offers unique opportunities for spiritual, cultural and historical exploration.
Umbria is a place that awaits to enchant with the subtle sweetness of its cuisine, its presentations of living history, and its architecture, art and customs steeped in time.