Umbria hosts over 20 music festivals each year, an astonishing number given this region’s tiny size and population (Ikea hasn’t even deemed it worthy of a a store yet), but even more surprising is the world-class quality of the music scene.
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Anyone who has met me knows that I am, um, gregarious. Talkative. A chitchatter. And just to prove it, here are two podcast interviews where the poor hosts could hardly get a word in edgewise.
Considering a fall trip to Umbria? Here’s a hassle-free way to have an unforgettable stay.
I show my inner skinflint this week on Eurocheapo with five tips for cheap thrills in Umbria.
It was frenetic but fun to tweet about Italy on Dream of Italy’s #italychat on Twitter a few weeks ago.
If in the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, in the dog days of icy February he is most likely thinking about his next vacation. Preferibly to warmer climes. If the drifting snow and slate-colored skies have got you dreaming of your next trip to central Italy, here’s a quick overview of what you can expect in springtime in Umbria.
One of the biggest selling points to visiting Umbria in spring is the plethora of wonderful traditional local festivals, during which the region awakens from its long winter hibernation and welcomes spring with open arms.
Whether your budget is shoe-string or tight, here are some tips to stick to it on your trip to Umbria.
If there is one thing Umbrians do well, it’s eat locally and seasonally. Here is a brief look at what you can expect to find on your plate during each of the four seasons in Umbria.
Travel writer Jessica Spiegel boils down her extensive broth of Italy trasportation knowledge to a rich info gravy.