If you’re in Umbria in late December, don’t miss good time – and “swinging spaghetti” – at Umbria Jazz Winter in Orvieto.
Don’t miss joining the locals in eating at a sagra while here. And if snails intrigue, don’t miss this one near Bevagna.
If you are opera-lovers, don’t miss the Macerata Opera Festival in July and August. And we know where you can stay…
Live Umbria and know the people while here, savoring the best in local cooking as well. Don’t miss an evening sagra
Stroll Assisi from spring to fall and enjoy those “gardens” all around you.
Head to Pila, small town near Perugia, if you’re here in July. Take in their “hot” festival.
The highpoint of your Umbria May stay should be Assisi’s stunning medieval festival, Calendimaggio. Read about – and see! – the splendor here.
The 10-day “Annesitaly INSIDE Umbria” Celebration will be your trip of a lifetime. Read about it here.
Not to miss: the dazzling floral tapestries created for the Feast of Corpus Domini (sixty days after Easter).
If you’re in Umbria in early May, head to Gubbio to live la passione.