Umbria holidays

Immerse Yourself in Rich Country Scenery with Our Tailor-made Umbria Holidays

Umbria, in modern central Italy, is one of the smallest Italian regions and the only peninsular region that is landlocked. The region competes with Tuscany for its glorious country scenery and has a strong agricultural tradition, as well as some of the best vineyards in central Italy. We love to recommend Umbria holidays if you have already discovered the main cities of Italy and would like to discover a little more of Italy's heart. Our Umbria holidays are customised, which means that you can choose when to travel and how long to stay. Plus, with our expert Italy travel service, we can arrange every detail of your Umbria holiday so you can relax and look forward to your country retreat.

About Umbria Holidays

Umbria is bordered by Tuscany to the west, Marche to the east and Lazio to the south. Mostly hilly or mountainous, it is dominated by the Apennines. The population of Umbria is around 900,000 inhabitants and it covers an area of 8,456 square kilometres. Perugia is the regional capital. However, it is Assisi that is one of Umbria's most-visited destinations, attracting pilgrims to its sites associated with the gentle St Francis. There are also several hidden gems to discover in Umbria: Spoleto is a well-preserved hill town surrounded by attractive countryside and is famous for hosting the annual Festival dei Due Mondi. Meanwhile, Orvieto is a popular Etruscan hilltop town that offers fascinating underground archaeological tours, as well as an imposing Duomo. Furthermore, Umbria boasts Lake Trasimeno (Italy's fourth-largest lake) - another of Umbria's quiet jewels. Other important cities are Gubbio, Todi, and Terni.

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Spoleto

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