A head-to-head or, ahem, testa-a-testa comparison of three different recipes for one of Umbria’s most ubiquitous flat breads: torta al testo. A special guest post by Jennifer McIlvaine of Life…Italian Style!
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Any conversation about Umbria and her wines must necessarily begin at the very heart of this region, both geographically and historically, which is to say at Sagrantino.
Norcia. Words cannot describe. But perhaps a few photos can…
The thing about magic is that when you go looking for it, it doesn’t show. And then, when you’ve let your guard down, it sneaks up on you in the most unexpected places. Like this remote Franciscan monastery outside Narni.
Contemporary art can pop up in surprising places in Umbria, like this Renaissance palazzo in Spoleto’s historic center.
If you want to taste some of Umbria’s best wine, head to the Enoteca Regionale in Orvieto, which offers tastings of over 100 labels from across the region.
Underneath the hilltown of Orvieto, a hidden warren of tunnels and caves takes visitors back in history a thousand years.
If there is one thing that links the past with the future in Umbria, it’s the culture and tradition of olive oil. Here’s a visit to the heart of olive country: Trevi.
Masterpieces pop up in the most surprising corners of Umbria, including quiet country churches tucked away in the olive groves.
One of the most spectacular and poignant hikes in Umbria is along the now-defunct Spoleto-Norcia railway line.