A trip to Assisi in the morning and then the outskirts of the town in the afternoon: Basilica di Santa Maria degli Angeli with the Porziuncola (Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels with the Portiuncula Chapel), Santuario di Rivotorto (Sanctuary of Rivotorto), Convento di San Damiano (Convent of St. Damiano), Eremo delle Carceri.
Perugia, is the capital of our region and the site of our prestigious university. It was of great importance in the Etruscan period, as is demonstrated by some of its most important monuments like the Porta Marzia (Marzia Gate) and the Arco di Augusto (Arch of Augustus) and also in the medieval period (the Palazzo dei Priori, the famous fountain - Fontana Maggiore, the Cathedral...).
In the afternoon, we visit Gubbio, a superb town, which rises from the foot of Mount Ingino, that still maintains its medieval appearance (Piazza della Signoria with Palazzo dei Consoli, Cathedral, Palazzo Ducale ...).
Todi, a characteristic town, was developed on a hill which dominates the Tevere valley. It was an important centre of the Etruscan, Roman and medieval ages, which is still demonstrated in certain evocative monuments (the Piazza del Popolo with its Palazzi, the Cathedral, the church of St. Fortunato, the Tempio della Consolazione ...).
In the afternoon, we visit Orvieto, a picturesque town, which was initially Etruscan and then medieval, that emerges above a cliff, and is famous for its Cathedral, one of the most precious examples of Italian Gothic architecture.