About Central Italy

What’s Umbria like?
Living in Umbria can only be described as half way between earth and heaven. The friendly people, great weather, food, wine, scenery, history and architecture create an intoxicating mix.

Now you understand why you should travel? Traveling is easy than most of us think. Traveling around the world is something that all should try at least once. Whether it is just for a few weeks or for a few months, one should travel and see how different the world is. If you love to travel then wait no further. Book your trip today and go with an open mind to explore the world. I loved this trip for sure.

Traveling opens your eyes and it helps to make you well rounded. You just have to gather the guts to start and everything else will fall in its own place. There are also many planning guides that you can make use of that helps to make the tour well planned and free from unexpected surprises.

Meeting new people and learning new cultures changes your perspective about life. You get to discover yourself in the process. Traveling also lets you have some meaningful relationships. Who knows you may end up meeting someone on this beautiful road who could be your friend for life.

You get to develop various skills when you travel. So if you really want to be satisfied and smile then try out this beautiful adventure. Travel around the world and see how life gives you a new perspective altogether.

Umbria, known as ‘The Green Heart of Italy’, is a rich tapestry of vineyards, olive groves, fields of sunflowers, wooded hills and snow-capped mountains interspersed with tiny hill-top towns and great places to visit such as Assisi, Perugia, Gubbio, Deruta, Orvieto, Todi, Lake Trasimeno, the Marmore Falls and many, many others. Even Rome, Siena, Florence and both coasts are all within an easy day trip by car or on Italy’s reliable and inexpensive train and bus network.
The history and architecture is legendary and one of Italy’s main problems is what to restore next! Etruscan tombs often ‘appear’ during road building.
Add to this a wonderful climate, world famous food, great wines and the friendliest of people and you have an incomparable place to visit and, who knows, you may, as we did, fall so much in love with Umbria you even come to live here!
Click here to visit the Umbria website.
Capital: Perugia
Area: 8,456 sq km