Castelluccio di Norcia







Palazzo dei Consoli


San Francesco D'Assisi




Situated in the centre of Italy, Umbria is a somewhat small but mountainous region — and the only one in central Italy without a coastline. Umbria is the ideal place for travelers seeking to find unspoiled Nature, the splendors of medieval and Renaissance art, or religious and historical landmarks in the countryside that gave birth to St. Benedict, St. Rita and, most notably, St. Francis.

Perugia is a town that juxtaposes ancient architecture with modern. Beato Angelico’s 15th c. "Madonna with Angels” (right) resides in Perugia's National Gallery of Umbria.
Concert in the Piazza during the annual Spoleto Festival. The Grand Finale is in the matchless Piazza Duomo.
The facade of Assisi’s Basilica of St. Francis (1230 AD).

Todi was originally an Etruscan town, then Roman, then Medieval. The church of Santa Maria della Consolazione (shown here) was designed by Bramante and not completed for almost a century! (Begun in 1508 AD, completed in 1606 AD.)
The 14th century Palace of Consuls, one of the most important historical buildings of Italy is located in Gubbio, the town that also hosts the famous Race of the Ceri every year on May 15th.
The Dome, the splendid Gothic Cathedral dedicated to the Assunta, was built for Pope Nicoló IV (1290 AD) in Orvieto