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Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy!

Dubbed the "green heart of Italy", Umbria is one of the least densely populated regions, with an area almost entirely mountainous or hilly, relatively isolated from the main roads.

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Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy!

Region of central Italy, 8,456 km² wide and with 775,783 inhabitants, distributed in 91 municipalities. Central Italy, with its five regions (Marche, Tuscany, Lazio, Umbria and Abruzzo) presents such a great variety and multiplicity that tourists are left with only the issue of choice. The most important cities are Perugia and Terni. Bordered on the north and west by Tuscany, north and east by Marche and south by Lazio. The cultural and natural beauties of this area are so great that it is almost impossible to summarize in a few lines. So, Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy!  Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”

St. Francis Basilica in Assis, Umbria

1) Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy! ASSIS AND SPOLETO

Assis and Spoleto, two of the most beautiful cities in Umbria, are an excellent starting point for exploring the region. Two well-preserved medieval gems that must be seen, as well as the historic center of Perugia and the charming hill towns of Gubbio, Spello, Montefalco and Todi. Cultural tourism takes place in the towns and cities of art that still preserve their medieval architecture: Perugia, Todi, Spoleto and Orvieto are the cities that absolutely must be seen! Take a Tour in Assisi and Orvieto, click here to find out more!

Santa Maria degli Angeli (Bella Umbria)

2) Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy! DISCOVER PILGRIMAGE TOURISM

The tourist profile of Umbria is linked to the medieval period and the religious artistic character present in its historical landscape. Finally, pilgrimage tourism is very important, the most visited places are the places reminiscent of St Francis Assisi, St Rita, St Clare and St Benedict (respectively: Assis, Norcia, Cassia, Gubbio). How about a tour of Assisi and Cascia?

Orvieto Duomo

3) Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy! VISIT REGIONAL PARKS

While nature tourism takes place in the 6 regional parks, the Marmore waterfall, the Clitunno fountains, and Lake Trasimeno, all these places are privileged for their scenic beauty. As in almost every Italian peninsula, history and art are also the patrons of this region. The particularity is certainly the various places of religious worship, especially the Basilica of St. Francis of Assis, and that geographical isolation ensured better preservation of the small towns and the entire region in general.


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4) Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy! THE MAIN CITIES

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Conclusion

Let’s visit Umbria – the lung of Italy! Don’t miss the main cities in this region. And if you feel insecure, have no time, and need help to organize your trip, don’t hesitate to contact me! I will love to help you make your dream trip to Italy come true. And how can I do that? Keep reading this post until the end and you will understand how we make your life and your trip much easier 🙂

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