A week long suggested itinerary for visiting Umbria which throws in the crème della crème of the region: art and history, towns and parks, food and drink, people and shopping.
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Planning a trip to Umbria using solely a printed guide is so 1997. Here are some tips for the best resources to bring you up to date for Umbria trip planning.
A nuts-n-bolts “how to” article for planning a trip in Umbria.
I was thrilled to be able to contribute to the wonderful Ciao Bambino! website, a great resource for family-friendly travel, this week.
It may be the dog days of summer, but no reason you should be living a dog’s life in the heat. Here are some suggestions to keep your temperature down on even the hottest summer days.
Want more bang for your buck? Here are five tips to ensure you squeeze Umbria like a lemon, and make the most of every drop!
The undulating landscape, tiny stone hilltop hamlets, and abandoned country churches and fortresses lend themselves to some remarkable hikes in Umbria. Here are some guidelines to get you started.
If you are looking for pressboard crosses, friar salt and pepper shakers, or plastic replica medieval weapons, read no further…you can find all that without my help. But if you have your heart set on bringing something home to remember Assisi by which you won’t be able to find anyplace else on earth, you’ve come to the right place.
If you really want to see how the Italians in rural Italy live, your best bet is to head to the nearest sagra.