When talking about beauty immersed in nature in Umbria, you can immediately think of the Marmore Falls. Artificial hydraulic arrangement made by the Romans, this is the highest artificial waterfall in Europe. For the breathtaking view and for the numerous sports activities that can be done here, this is a place that deserves a visit, at least once in a travel in Umbria.
Sports you can do here: rafting, a fun activity that in some ways can be suitable for children too; Soft rafting, canyoning, hydrospeed, canoeing or relaxing river walking, guided descent for anyone, even those who do not know how to swim.


Historical center of extraordinary beauty, cradle of medieval civilization, Todi preserves excellent testimonies of the Etruscan, Roman and Renaissance times. Just look around to relive a dreamlike atmosphere that reminds you of an ancient past. In the heart of the city, the splendid Piazza del Popolo, one of the most beautiful square in Italy, overlooks one of the oldest Italian municipal buildings, the Palazzo del Popolo, also called Palazzo Vecchio. A remarkable example of Umbrian Gothic style is San Fortunato’s temple, located on top of an impressive staircase, inside the crypt that preserves the remains of Jacopone da Todi poet.


The city of Spoleto and its territory present a stratification of testimonies of the millennial evolution of nature, of human society and the relationship between the human presence and the environment. Not to be missed is the Festival di Spoleto, with its original character and international prestige, which offers the great show in the city between opera, music, dance, theater, numerous special events and art exhibitions. In the area around Spoleto, it is worth visiting one of the most interesting medieval monuments of Umbria, the Tempietto sul Clitunno, a small temple-shaped sachet. Among the seven jewels of art and longobard architecture in Italy that have been included in the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List.

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