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Among the beauties of nature that surround us you can find beautiful views like Marmore waterfall, one of the highest in Europe, surrounded by the Nera River park which offers many services like beautiful trials in which you can enjoy a walk in the nature. For adrenaline lovers it is the perfect place to go rafting.


For those who love the history, Narni is a must place to visit. Narni, a well-kept medieval village, has a charm all its own that has been able to preserve traditions despite the passing of time.

The period of Games is amazing, especially the Race of the Ring.
If you are looking for a totally unexpected landscape, Narni underground will be the right place. Not to be missed!
Not so far from this village you can find “Le Mole di Narni”, a natural pool in which the water creates amazing turquoise and emerald shades creating striking contrasts.

The lake of Piediluco

It is the biggest natural lake basin of the region after the Trasimeno Lake. This lake represents one of the remains of the old Lacus Velinus, a big basin of alluvial origin that was formed from the Quaternary.

The lake is located at about 370 meters above sea level, with a perimeter of about 13 kilometers and it has an irregular shape: an elongated central body, from west to east, from which several arms are branched out.
The lake of Piediluco has been chosen from the Italian rowing federation as headquarter of the National Federal center, entitled to Paolo D’Aloja, President of the Italian rowing federation. He gave a considerable boost to the birth of the nautical center of Piediluco. A Memorial that takes its name has been created to remember him.
The lake, with his stunning beauty represented for many artists a required stop of the Gran Tour, so called in 1670 by the priest and writer Richard Lassels, author of An Italian Voyage. Famous are the oil paintings made in 1826 by the French painter Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot having as subject his scenery


Spoleto is located at the southern end of the Umbrian valley, a wide flood plain which was created during the prehistoric age thanks to the presence of a big lake, the Lacus Umber. During the Middle Age it was completely dried up with reclamation works after its paludification.

In Spoleto you have so many beauties to admire, we advice you to visit symbol of the city, the huge Rocca Albornoziana. The National Museum of the Dukedom, or if you want to visit the area which evokes the Roman times, reach the Roman theatre, then Mauri Palace, Sant’Asano Church and the crypt of S’Isano. Don’t forget to have a walk atg the dDuomo square, where you can admire the beautiful Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.
Here in Spoleto it is possible to do sport. Apart from horse riding other services are offered: school camps where you can learn how to do mountain bike, areasto play football, a basketball field and a bowling alley too. This big city also offers buildings dedicated to tennis and other activities to always keep in shape.
The Spoleto Festival, known as Festival of the two worlds, is one of the most popular events in this region and every year attracts millions of tourists coming from all the world. Here you will enjoy ballet, opera productions, picture, conferences, concerts, theatrical performances, church music and events dedicated to the actual world.


Assisi is a hill town in Umbria, in the center of Italy. It is the place where San Francesco (1181-1226), one of the patron saints of Italy, was born.

Assisi saw a period of prosperity until the fallen of the Roman Empire. Apart from the forum Romanum, the Temple of Minerva, the Amphitheatre (located in the upper part of the city) and the discovered Domus (Roman Domus of Giampè Palace and Roman House called Properzio).
Assisi experienced its golden age between XII and XIII century when it was a free common. The Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo and the Palazzo del Monte Frumentario, together with many doors rise. The painters at work were Cimabue, Giotto, the Maestro di San Francesco and that di Santa Chiara, Pisano and Lorenzetti.
One of the main places of worship in Assisi is the Basilica of San Francesco. The chirch complex includes a Romanesque bell tower of 1239 that rise up to on the plane below from the Holy Convent. The Convent hosts the Theological Institute, a library rich in codes, the Treasure, exhibited in the gothic Hall and the Perkins collection consisting of works of Italian masters, especially from Siena and Florence. Another place not to forget is the Basilicate of Santa Chiara.


Rasiglia is also known as “Village of the streams” or “Venice of Umbria” because of the waterways that cross the small center of the village: it is thanks to them that since the Middle Age a flourishing textile industry was developed. It exploited the water energy to make the frames move.

The village maintains the typical medieval village of Umbria and it has an Amphitheatre structure. The first news about the existence of the village date back to the beginning of the XIII century, in the so called “Sassovivo cards”, that is the archive of the Abbey of Sassovivo. Here, it is mentioned for the first time the Curtis de Rasilia, that seemed to have as place of worship the Church of S.Pietro.
During the night between the nineth and tenth of December is held the Paths of Faith by lighting big bonfires. The 26th December and 6th January the living Nativity is recited along the streets. The performance is historically set at the beginning of ‘900: the participants reproduce the different jobs through which the village based its economy during the most flourishing period.
The village offers its alleys with water streams, but we can also visit the Rocca of Rasiglia or the sanctuary of Madonna delle Grazie.

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