What you can see in Umbria 3 days
Day 1 –
Basilica di S. Maria degli Angeli to see the suggestive Porziuncola and Cappella del Transito and Roseto.
Basilica di San Francesco with the Saint’s tomb and the magnificient frescoes.
Cattedrale di San Rufino, the church dedicated to the Patron of the City.
Basilica di Santa Chiara, where is the crucifix who spoke to saint Clair
Piazza del Comune and Tempio della Minerva
Spello, the Romanic ancient stronghold, is another pearl to discover
To see: Piazza della Repubblica and Chiesa di S.Andrea, la Porta Consolare, la Chiesa di S. Maria Maggiore, famous for Cappella Baglioni.
Bevagna e Montefalco: medieval villages known for good food and good wine !
Day 2 –
Spoleto is called “città splendida e austera” (city beautiful and austere) is one of the most important turistic place in Umbria.
To see: Piazza del Duomo and Duomo where it takes place the ‘Festival dei 2 Mondi’, at Teatro Romano.
The city of Orvieto, lives in simbiosys with the tuff cliff on which it stands, it is ana example of integration between nature and architectural structures.
To see: Duomo and Pozzo di San Patrizio
Better by: bus\car\trein
Day 3 –
Perugia (17 km)
Perugià is rich of history and cultural sites, today the city is modern and cosmopolitan thanks to the University; its most important events are Umbriajazz on July and Eurochocolate on October.
To see: Piazza IV Novembre, Fontana Maggiore, Galleria Nazionale and Cattedrale di San Lorenzo.
Gubbio (40 km)
Gubbio is for sure the most important pictoresque city in the entire world, thanks to its medieval aspect: it is located in the highest point near the Monte Ingino
to see: Piazza Grande, Palazzo dei Consoli with Pinacoteca and Museo Civico
Better by car