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Day 1 - Departure from to Spoleto, visit of the town, lunch in a local restaurant.

Spoleto tells an important story in every corner. The heart of its historic center is cut by the famous Via Flaminia a very important Roman road. Traces of the roman domination remain in the Roman theater of the first century B.C. and impressive original Arch of Drusus. Visitors are usually impressed by the continuous up and down of the medieval streets overlooked by the town Hall and Spoleto Nobility palaces. Also in spoleto, as in other towns of Umbria, the religious buildings are the real stars of the city. The imposing Romanesque basilicas and in pariticular the Cathedral built in the twelfth century that suddenly appears in front of visitors will leave you speechless. The Assumption Cathedral houses Renaissance frescoes by painters Filippo Lippi and Pinturicchio. It also houses a precious Byzantine icon and a letter written by st. Francis of Assisi.

And another gem, the Albornoz fortress (14th century) of Papal Spoleto, which dominates the entire town, seems to cry out to all the historical and artistic greatness of this city.

Afternoon drive to  Todi, free time and overnight stay in Todi.


Day 2 - Departure for Perugia, guided city tour. In the land of St. Francis, where in the name of peace each year the the historic march starts from Perugia to Assisi,the stone shaped by the artistry creates impressive spaces. The historical center is a perfect  example of medieval architecture.In fact Perugia, the most important city with a heart that is over 2000 years old has been a crossroads of trades and cultures, in the past as now, also for the historical presence of the University for Foreign Students. During its artistic golden age, painting masters such as Beato Angelico, Piero della Francesca, Gentile da Fabriano, Perugino, Pinturicchio and Raffaello, to name a few, were in Perugia. the palaces of the "Comune" splendor of the 13th-15th century and Cathedral of St. Lawrence are competing for the main square where stands the highest example ot  thirteenth-century sculpture, the fontana maggiore of the Pisan master.The city skyline is still marked by church steeples and hides more earthly pleasures, those of the mouth, because Perugia is also home to one of the best known confectionery companies in the world, "Perugina" and much more...…

Continue to the Trasimeno Lake and lunch at a local restaurant.


Continue to Montepulciano and guided tour. this typical village built on "Mons Politianus" owes its present appearance not only to the Middle Ages but also to the Renaissance, as we see from the many churches and palaces built by Antonio da Sangallo and Michelozzo. We begin our visit at the foot of the village, with the sanctuary of the Madonna di San Biagio, then by bus we reach one of the two entrance of the town, where our walk to Piazza Grande starts with the Cathedral, the City hall and Nobili Tarugi Palace. Dinner and overnight in Montepulciano.







Day 3 - Departure for Montalcino,  via Pienza and San Quirico. Lunch in a restaurant in Montalcino. In the afternoon, guided tour of Brunello wine cellars. Continue to Siena, dinner and overnight.


Day 4 - Departure to Monteriggioni, San Gimignano e Volterra. Lunch in a restaurant in San Gimignano. Dinner and overnight stay in Volterra.


Day 5 - Departure to Castiglione della pescaia, lunch in a local restaurant. Continue to Tuscania, free visit, dinner and overnight.


Day 6 - Departure for Viterbo, free visit and continue to Orvieto. Lunch in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, guided tour of Orvieto. this Etruscan city par excellence in Umbria is a true masterpiece. the town was built on a picturesque rock of volcanic tufa and overlooks a natural landscape made of vineyards. Do not miss every corner of Orvieto. In particular, the gothic Cathedral is one of the most majestic religious buildings in medieval italian art. During four centuries, great artists like Arnolfo di Cambio, Lorenzo Maitani, beato Angelico, Luca signorelli and gentile da Fabriano participated in its construction. and then towers, papal palaaces of the "Comune" splendor.

Orvieto has a secret...the underground city made of tunnel wells and cellars dug into the tufa rock thourgh the ages makes Orvieto unique and special. In the evening return to Rome.


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