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Λονδίνο

Umbria is sometimes, well, okay, almost always, overlooked on the Rome-Venice-Florence Italy junket. This central region has the rolling hills of Tuscany, with some great wines, and none of the crowds. Medieval towns like Assisi and Spoleto are ridiculously charming, and the food is really amazing, from olive oil, to cured meats (go to Norcia) to zuppa di farro and strozzapreti pasta with wild boar sauce. Just watch out for the unsalted bread.

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Huntington Beach

This beautiful region of Italy is one of my faves! Unlike Tuscany, it is not overrun with tourists. There is a charm to the region, almost an innocence, that isn't found in more commercial parts of the country. Assisi, Spoleto, Orvieto, and Todi are stunning! I can't wait to go back and experience more of the magical hills.

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Μελβούρνη

Umbria is one of Italy's smallest regions (Italian word Ombra means shadow, thus Umbria is but a shadow of the rest of the regions) but it is chock full of interesting, charming, and historical cities. Perugia is it's capital and a great start for visiting the region.

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Ντόπιος από Περούτζια

What I can say about Umbria, I was born here, is my region...
Umbria has very small and beautiful cities, for me Assisi is the most beautiful of these, It's a back to the past, on middleages , when You enter in the old town, you shoud meet a Knight templar, or St. Francis in person that says to You: "Hey man: forgot Your work, Your life and your world, and follow me to serve the poors"...

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Montrose

live here for 8 - 9 months. went on holiday in the june "95". came home and decided that i wanted to live there. so move there in december "95"

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Sure, Rome Venice Florence are a must (forget Milan) But I suggest Umbria. it is a region in central italy, next to Tuscany but more authentic and less touristc. Perugia is the biggest town, a real jewel, but all the other small towns and villages, all on top of hills and retaining theyr medieval origins, are absolutely stunning. Check Assisi out or Spoleto and Todi or the wonderful surroundings of the Lake Trasimeno...typical cuisine is hearty and genuine, art if you are interested is breathtaking and everywhwere. its position is also strategic to visit florence Siena (another favourite) and Rome.

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Comunaglia, Umbria, Italy

Umbria is the perfect holiday destination for Italy lovers - it has everything that you could dream of, hilltop villages, great food, wonderful wines, culture, history, fields of sunflowers, slopes covered with olive groves and vineyards and the inimitable Italian hospitality.

Life here is still very much classical Italian, long siestas between 1pm and 4pm, large family lunches and gatherings, food a main topic of conversation, football a key issue... Things carry on here very much unchanged by time. Sure the younger generation is pushing to get out, move from the countryside to the towns but the core of Umbria, landowners, farm workers, will always be here, the kitchen the heart of the home and family reunions at the centre of things.

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Kiryat Gat

Ahhhh... Umbria.
My favorite of all regions of Italy. If its breathtaking beauty is not enough, the wine and food will do the rest.

An afternoon travel to one of many countryside villages (Spello, Spoleto, Gubio, Todi) and maybe a visit to one of the bigger cities (Orvieto, Perugia) will show the true nature of the people there.
Tranquility and silence collide with the green slopes and trees, it is truly a magical place to be.

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Ντόπιος από Περούτζια

Have been living in Umbria since 2001 and still love every aspect of this region. The people, the nature, the lovely old hill towns, the food and wine ... did I forget anything? The excellent olive oil and the weather! If possible I would visit outside high season (high season being July and August).
Feel free to ask me any questions you have about visiting Umbria and in case you are looking for a holiday rental here ... I have many I can recommend!

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Ντόπιος από Ασίζη

Umbria offers a smorgasbord spread of what travellers to Italy are looking for in one handy bite-sized package: hilltowns and undulating landscapes, food and wine, history and culture, food and wine, music and art festivals, food and wine, museums and monuments, and--oh!--did I mention food and wine? What Umbria is lacking: the tourist crush of neighboring Tuscany.

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