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Gubbio è una delle destinazioni più importanti in Umbria ed è consigliato visitarla in occasione della Festa dei ceri che avviene il 15 maggio di ogni anno, durante il quale tre squadre percorrono le viette della città portando in spalla i 'ceri', manufatti di legno pesanti sormontati da statue di santi. La gara inizia a Piazza Grande e si conclude alla Basilica di Sant'Ubaldo in cima al Monte Ingino, poco sopra la città.

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Gubbio is another very nice town to visit (about one hour from Cappellino) that is built on the side of a mountain with an interesting tram you can take to the top of the mountain.

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I took the bus from Perugia to Gubbio and enjoyed walking around this classic walled Italian town. The buildings are made of a stern dark stone that gives the city an serious air. A highlight is the Roman Theater, the second largest in existence. It's built from local stone. You can get great views of the area from the theater. You can also find good examples of quality local ceramics in the shops.

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We were in Gubbio last summer, and I want to recommend a restaurant, but feel guilty 'cos the card I kept got lost so the name of the Restaurant is gone. But its easy to find, because one of the Gubbio 'things to do' is to go up the hill on the little (max. 2 person) cable car. At the top cable car station is this really good restaurant. We had travelled over from Urbino, and said to the Manager that "we were not that hungry" - He said "What would you like?" - We said "Do you have any prawns?" He said "sure", and the Chef made the dish for us specially. It was brilliant. Prawns with cream and garlic. Down in the town there are plenty of places where you can see "Tourist" written all over the menu, but this place was for the locals. Wish I could find that card ...... !

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Ντόπιος από Περούτζια

Gubbio is always a lovely place to visit, but around Christmas it also has the biggest Xmas tree in the world ... so extra worth a visit. Take the beautiful road (after dark, otherwise you will not see it) from Perugia to Gubbio.
You can stop at Il Panaro for a simple but lovely dinner.

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Νιου Χέιβεν

Not far from Perugia and Assisi, Gubbio is a lovely little town by the side of the Igino Mountain. Its history dates since the Roman times until today. Trough time art and architecture have enriched the site with wonderful monuments, churches and also an ancient Roman theater.

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This archetypical medieval walled town is a perfect place to begin to get to know Umbria. Its roots are steeped in the ancient Umbrii people (the town houses the most important example of the Umbrian language on the Eugubine Tablets in the Civic Museum), passes through Roman civilization (there is a wonderful view of the town from the Roman Theatre in the valley below), and remains largely architecturally frozen in the middle ages. Be sure to dine on truffles while you’re there, and work off your hearty lunch with a climb (or, if you’re feeling lazy, the funivia car…no one will ever know) to the top of Mount Ingino where you can visit the sanctuary dedicated to Gubbio’s patron saint and enjoy the amazing views from the Rocca fortress.

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Gubbio is a lovely place, unspoiled by tourism yet. Lots of photogenic streets. The birdcage lift to the mountain is quite an experience, on a windy day even more so. The moving market comes here once a week.

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I'll admit it. Sure, I like Gubbio well enough for its lugubrious Gothic architecture, hill town splendor, delicious food and historic treasures (you'll find the Eugubine tablets here, the only existing Etruscan-influenced Umbri writing, dating back 2200 years).

Yeah, yeah, every hill town in Umbria offers art, food and history. But what I truly love about Gubbio are the 'birdcage' ski lift funicular contraptions that sweep visitors up Monte Ingino to the church of St. Ubaldo. It is a truly unique experience.

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Great, take the cable car to the top....

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