Is it possible to visit Umbria in 4 days? Certainly not, given the many places of interest and attractions that this region has to offer. If, however you only have a long weekend available, then here is an itinerary with the top must-see places.
The Sibillini Mountains that stretch between Umbria and the Marche, are a mountain range named after Mount Sibilla, particularly famous for the fact its peak is home to the cave of the same name which, according to legend, is the home or shelter of Sibilla, the Apennine Sibyl.
Umbria is famous for its unique and wonderful flavours and its delicious dishes. Many of its most traditional recipes are served hot, flavourful and also quite rich, but anyone looking to bring a bit of Umbria to the table, even on the most sweltering summer days, here are two excellent and very tasty solutions.
Located in Umbria, the Tiber River Park is known for its rich naturalistic aspect, as well as its historical and archaeological significance.
Monuments and architecture, nature and landscape, religion and spirituality, wine and food: for all of these reasons Umbria is an extremely popular tourist destination that deserves being discovered and enjoyed in every aspect. But if you only have a few short days to visit, here are the 10 must-sees and dos in Umbria.
For people living in and visiting Umbria and Todi, there is an immense heritage of attractions to see and enjoy: oenology is a must of these activities.In fact the area is very rich in excellent wines.