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Perugia Private Walking Tour

Perugia Private Walking Tour - Perugia, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Perugia, Italy

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$182.47

Perugia is the capital of Umbria and one of the local hill towns. It is a city full of charme and history ... More info ›

Perugia is the capital of Umbria and one of the local hill towns. It is a city full of charme and history. With your private guide you will walk along its city wall dating from the Etruscan age, get lost in the symbols carved by Nicola and Giovanni Pisano's into the Fontana Maggiore and find yourself fascinated by the many layers of the Rocca Paolina.

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Stop At: Rocca Paolina, Perugia, Province of Perugia, Umbria

The Rocca Paolina, or Paolina Fortress, is right in the historical centre of Perugia and one can enter via a door at Porta Marzia or the escalator system that connects Piazza Italia with Piazza Partigiani.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Vieille Ville, Perugia, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Perugia, the regional capital, is an ancient city located in central-northern Umbria. The historic center is built on the high hills along the right bank of the Tiber River

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Fontana Maggiore, Perugia, Province of Perugia, Umbria

The upper marble basin has twelve sides divided into twenty-four smooth panels of pink Assisi stone. Each one is separated by an equal number of white Carrara marble statuettes set on ledges between the panels. Some of the figures represent personages from the history of the city and legends, while others are symbolic.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Umbria Con Me Day Tours, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Perugia is a city full of charme and history. Every ancient gate, alley, piazza, palazzo and church will capture your imagination; and every museum and gallery will impress you with a sense of history, culture and art. Perugia is not just a stuffy old showcase of the ancient, it also has a young, vibrant and energetic feel. Perugia is the site of many festivals and concerts, the most important of which are the annual fall Chocolate festival and the summer Umbria Jazz festival, lending the city to a chic and urbane atmosphere unmatched by other Italian cities.
Meeting point will be at Piazza Italia, from there we will go first exploring the different strata of Rocca Paolina – the so called 'Perugia underground'. Once back to the city centre, there will be a stop at a famous old fashioned but very traditional coffee shop for an espresso or a cappuccino topped with hand whipped cream.
The tour will focus on the main fountain – Fontana Maggiore – together with the other buildings standing in the square.

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Spoleto Private Walking Tour

Spoleto Private Walking Tour - Spoleto, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Spoleto, Italy

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$182.47

Join this walking tour of Spoleto that will take you on an exploration of this fantastic old Roman city from its origins until modern day times. Spoleto is located along the old Flaminia Roman road opened by the Romans in the 3d Century B.C ... More info ›

Join this walking tour of Spoleto that will take you on an exploration of this fantastic old Roman city from its origins until modern day times. Spoleto is located along the old Flaminia Roman road opened by the Romans in the 3d Century B.C. Before becoming a Roman colony, Spoleto had been a pre-Roman settlement of Umbrian people.

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Stop At: Duomo di Spoleto, Spoleto, Province of Perugia, Umbria

The Cathedral of Spoleto, which is dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta, is located at the bottom of the outstanding Duomo Square, overlooking the Sixteenth Century Rancani Palace, (later renamed Arroni Palace), the Palazzo della Signoria, the octagonal Church of Santa Maria della Manna and the small Theater Caio Melisso.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Umbria Con Me Day Tours, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

During the tour you will see, among the remains dating back to Roman time, a fine stretch of a still-standing pre-Roman dry-stone fortification surviving of city walls. The Romans built temples, forum, arches and most of them are still visible as a strata in the city center. The focus of our tour will be the city Duomo (Cathedral) where even Filippo Lippi from Florence, one of the most significant Renaissance painters, did work in the 15th century.
In the Cathedral you will see his frescos about Mary’s life together with a splendid 12th-13th mosaic floor and even a chapel decorated by Pinturicchio, a later but not less important Renaissance painter from Perugia. The duomo’s square works also as a setting for some concerts of Festival dei Due Mondi which takes place every year between the end of June and the first half of July. During that time Spoleto becomes a fully artistic city with art exhibitions, theater plays, concerts, ballets and poetry readings taking place everywhere making the city as a large stage for artists coming from all over the world. For olive oil, wine and typical food lovers, this tour will match your desires by offering the possibility of completing the day with tastings of delicious local food.

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Small Group Tour of Assisi

Small Group Tour of Assisi - PG, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: PG, Italy

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$51.32

Join a 3-hour walking tour of Assisi to see the wonderful Basilica of Saint Francis, Saint Rufino’s Cathedral, and Saint Claire's Basilica as well as the lively main city square – Piazza del Comune.

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Stop At: Centro Storico, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Meet the guide at 10:30am and visit the old Roman ruins of the local amphitheater, which was reused in the Middle Ages as a quarry for stones to build local houses. You will see how the amphitheater was turned into a private neighborhood ... More info ›

Join a 3-hour walking tour of Assisi to see the wonderful Basilica of Saint Francis, Saint Rufino’s Cathedral, and Saint Claire's Basilica as well as the lively main city square – Piazza del Comune.

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Stop At: Centro Storico, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Meet the guide at 10:30am and visit the old Roman ruins of the local amphitheater, which was reused in the Middle Ages as a quarry for stones to build local houses. You will see how the amphitheater was turned into a private neighborhood. From there, the view toward the Rocca Maggiore medieval castle is one of the best in the city.
Through narrow alleys and medieval squares you will reach Saint Rufino’s Cathedral and Saint Claire's Basilica. From there, you will get to the main city square, Piazza del Comune. At the square you will see one of the best-preserved Roman temples in Italy – Minerva's temple – which is surrounded by imposing medieval government buildings.
The tour will then head down to the Basilica of Saint Francis which is world-famous for its 13th-14th century frescoes by the best painters of Italy at that time. Among those, the most famous is Giotto.
Come to Assisi and explore with a guide the history, art,and local traditions of one of the most famous hill towns of Italy.

Duration: 3 hours

Pass By: Cattedrale di San Rufino, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Assisi Cathedral, dedicated to San Rufino (Rufinus of Assisi) is a major church in Assisi.

Stop At: Chiesa Nuova, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Chiesa Nuova.
The Chiesa Nuova is a church in Assisi, Italy, built in 1615 on the site of the presumed birthplace of St. Francis, the house of Pietro di Bernardone. It was then called Chiesa Nuova because it was the last church to be built in Assisi at that time.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Basilica di Santa Chiara, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

The Basilica of St. Clare of Assisi, realized with the typical pink stone extracted from the quarry of the Subasio mountain, contains precious frescos dating back to the period from the XIIth to the XIVth century.
In the chapel on the right, along the unique nave of St. Clare of Assisi, finishing in transept and polygonal apse, you can admire the Crucifix which, according to tradition, would have invited St. Francesco in the church of St. Damiano in order to "reset up the Church"

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Basilica Superiore di San Francesco d' Assisi, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

If the solemn and dark lower basilica invites penance and silence, the upper church soars into the sky, airy and bright.
In a Gothic style with French influences, the nave has four bays, cross vaulting, and a polygonal transept and apse.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Basilica Papale e Sacro Convento di San Francesco d'Assisi, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the basilica of St. Francis was built under the direction of Brother Elias, vicar general and architect of the order, starting in 1228, just two years after the saint's death, as a place designed to receive his remains.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

The Temple of Minerva is an ancient Roman building in Assisi, Umbria, central Italy. It currently houses a church, Santa Maria sopra Minerva, built in 1539 and renovated in Baroque style in the 17th century.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Winemaker for a Day: Tour an Organic Winery

Winemaker for a Day: Tour an Organic Winery - PG, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: PG, Italy

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$20.53

Get ready for an amazing tour in the world of organic wine: you will visit one of the oldest organic winery together with a member of the Tili Family who will explain all the process to make a fantastic organic wine. Afterwards, you can taste all the farm products during a guided tasting where you will try 5 different organic wines of Assisi DOC and Umbria IGT ... More info ›

Get ready for an amazing tour in the world of organic wine: you will visit one of the oldest organic winery together with a member of the Tili Family who will explain all the process to make a fantastic organic wine. Afterwards, you can taste all the farm products during a guided tasting where you will try 5 different organic wines of Assisi DOC and Umbria IGT. The wines will be paired with warm bruschette with organic extra virgin olive oil, a selection of cheeses and salami with jams, and local biscotti with sweet wine. At the end you will receive a certification of Apprentice Winemaker!
We offer pick up on request for a fixed price the pick up from the city center of Assisi or Spello or the Assisi train station.

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Stop At: Tili Vini Societa Agricola, Assisi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

the travels will enjoy a tour of the winery and a wine tasting

Duration: 2 hours

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Private tour of Todi with a local guide

Private tour of Todi with a local guide - PG, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: PG, Italy

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The historic centre of Todi reflects the wealth and prosperity of this lovely town in the Middle Ages. With our tour you will explore the city centre focusing on the famous central square closed on one side by the Cathedral of Saint Mary and on the other side by the 13th-14th century government buildings.

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Stop At: Centro Storico di Todi, Todi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Jacopone from Todi, poet and Franciscan friar but furthermore author of Stabat Mater Dolorosa, one of the greatest Latin hymns of all time, was born there ... More info ›

The historic centre of Todi reflects the wealth and prosperity of this lovely town in the Middle Ages. With our tour you will explore the city centre focusing on the famous central square closed on one side by the Cathedral of Saint Mary and on the other side by the 13th-14th century government buildings.

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Stop At: Centro Storico di Todi, Todi, Province of Perugia, Umbria

Jacopone from Todi, poet and Franciscan friar but furthermore author of Stabat Mater Dolorosa, one of the greatest Latin hymns of all time, was born there. You will visit Saint Fortunato church which preserves his tomb. Just few steps out of the city centre you will see  the Renaissance architecture of Santa Maria della Consolazione, built to preserve a 15th century image which performed a miracle which attracted a flood of pilgrims to the town. Twenty years ago Todi, this little town perched on a hill in the Tiber Valley in Italy, was celebrated as the world's most liveable town, a modern paradise. That was the conclusion reached after a lengthy study by a team from the University of Kentucky.

Duration: 2 hours

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Umbrian Regional and Traditional Cooking Class with Lunch in Assisi

Umbrian Regional and Traditional Cooking Class with Lunch in Assisi - Umbria, Italy
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Umbria, Italy

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$107.20

This small-group cooking class allows you to live an authentic Italian experience, taste the flavors of regional traditional cuisine and become a real Italian master-chef for one day, surrounded by the fascinating landscape of Assisi.

Join this cooking class to learn Nonna Paola’s secrets about her most famous recipes, cooking exclusively with organic and seasonal products such as vegetables, extra virgin olive oil, Umbrian truffles, and much more.
A famous Italian quote says that “a small barrel contains the best wine”. There is no better way to describe Umbria, a region in central Italy, rich with history, culture, and ancient beliefs ... More info ›

This small-group cooking class allows you to live an authentic Italian experience, taste the flavors of regional traditional cuisine and become a real Italian master-chef for one day, surrounded by the fascinating landscape of Assisi.

Join this cooking class to learn Nonna Paola’s secrets about her most famous recipes, cooking exclusively with organic and seasonal products such as vegetables, extra virgin olive oil, Umbrian truffles, and much more.
A famous Italian quote says that “a small barrel contains the best wine”. There is no better way to describe Umbria, a region in central Italy, rich with history, culture, and ancient beliefs. It also has some of the best medieval borghi, small towns or villages, still preserved as they originally were, Assisi, Perugia, Gubbio, Spoleto, and Orvieto, to name a few.
During your hands-on cooking class, you will learn to prepare special and unique recipes that evoke the ancient flavors of traditional Italian cuisine. You will prepare, with the assistance of a professional local chef, famous and delicious recipes such as tagliatelle, a handmade pasta, and other famous Umbrian dishes. These recipes will surely impress your friends when you host your next Italian dinner party once you are back home.
Only the finest local wines will be tasted during the classes, adding value to the fun and relaxed atmosphere. Don't miss this special and memorable day.

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