Places close to our facility that you will be able to visit within a day


An eternal destination for everyone wanting to see the places where Saint Francis and Saint Claire were born, lived and died. A small city propped up on the slopes of Mount Subasio where you can still appreciate its Umbrian-Roman origins, through the Medieval Age and up until today. Together with almost all its surrounding territory, Assisi was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2000, described as constituting a unique example of continuous history. The World Heritage Committee included on its list the Basilica and other sites important to the Franciscan Order, due to the fact that they represent an amalgamation of masterpieces stemming from creative human genius aside from being a fundamental reference in European and international art history . In particular, the Basilica of St. Francis has been defined as an extraordinary example of an architectonic complex that has heavily influenced the development of art (see Cimabue and Giotto frescos) and architecture. Not far away from our structure you can also reach the little church of S.Damiano and the tiny chapel of Porziuncola, placed inside of the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli where you can feel the atmosphere that brought the patron saint of Italy to the conversion.


There are many monuments to visit in the university town of Perugia, the most important one is the municipal building in which you can find the famous Notary Room. A walk through the little streets and the city centre is also not to be missed.


Splendid town at the foot of a hill that still preserves much of its fortifications today. A visit to its historic center, as well as to the frescoes of Pinturicchio, is definitely not to be missed. Important excavations of Roman mosaics are under way, which can be visited by reservation. On the occasion of the Corpus Domini feast, the inhabitants realize splendid “infiorate”.


Like most Umbrian towns Bevagna was born from Roman settlements. In fact, it still preserves inside houses and roads built on Romanesque buildings. Piazza Silvestri is often the scene of many popular advertisements . Also do not miss a visit to Bevagna in June for the medieval “Gaite Market”.


Montefalco is so called the “railing of Umbria, as from its position you can admire a splendid view of the river Topino and Clitunno valleys from Perugia to Spoleto. Thanks to the famous “Sagrantino” wine, Montefalco is also a splendid medieval village still intact which is definitely worth a visit.


The city of Orvieto dominates the surrounding valley from the cliff on which the Etruscans encircled. Then the town passes through the Romans and crossed the Middle Ages and the Renaissance periods in which it changed and became enriched. Walking around Orvieto, like most Umbrian cities, is like flipping through a history book that tells the story and the artistic and culinary skills of our people. Not to be missed is the Etruscan and roman museum and also the splendid Gothic Duomo.


Gubbio has also Roman origins as evidenced by many of the most important remains, one of which is the Roman Theater. Definitely a place to visit, rich in history, culture, art and millennial traditions where all the elements result fused in a harmonic and ancient equilibrium always in action among past, present and future. The Middle Ages, certainly has marked big part of its history and its fortune, that has moulded the city and the urban making it the city that we today still can admire. An example of the Middle Ages evidence is the splendid Palazzo dei Consoli, which is also housing a museum where you can admire the ceramics of Mastro Giorgio, one of the finest ceramists of the 1500. In the Piazza Grande and through the little streets of the city, every year on May 15th you can also assist to the famous Corsa dei Ceri, a run of three heavy machines (2 quintals) 4 meters high with the statues of the three saints Ubaldo, Giorgio and Antonio.

Of course you can also visit loads of other beautiful places in Umbria as Foligno with Palazzo Trinci where the first copy of the Divine Comedy was printed,or Spoleto, Nocera Umbra, Cascia, Norcia, Castelluccio’s valley with the flowering of the famous lentils, Todi, Città di Castello, The Trasimeno Lake , The Marmore Falls … ..