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Private tour of Todi with a local guide

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

From USD
$188.48

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.

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.

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.

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Discover the wines of Umbria, Italy - Wine Tasting Class by Sommelier

Discover the wines of Umbria, Italy - Wine Tasting Class by Sommelier - Todi, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Todi, Italy

From USD
$104.84

Sagrantino, Sangiovese, Grechetto, Trebbiano Spoletino, Drupeggio, Verdello, Malvasia, Ciliegiolo: discover the indigenous grape varieties and the wines of Umbria guided by a Certified Sommelier!

  • Half Day Wine class designed for those who are interested in learning about Umbrian wines, the tasting techniques and food/wine pairing.
  • Class is conducted in English by Alessandra, Certified Sommelier English Speaking and held at our beautiful countryhome surrounded by olive groves in Todi, Umbria .

Programme:

  • 10AM: Independent arrival at our countryhome
  • 10.15AM: Wine class guided by Certified Sommelier English Speaking including:
  • Introduction to Umbrian Wines: indigenous grapes, wine areas
  • Overview on:
  1. THE MILLENNIAL HISTORY: Umbria has a very long tradition in wine production, old as its civilization. The vine has been here for centuries, imported from the Middle East and Greece by the first inhabitants of the Peninsula.The Etruscans, who settled on the rock of Orvieto in the six century B.C., were the first ones who started cultivating the vine and making wine with a modern and commercial aim ... More info ›

Sagrantino, Sangiovese, Grechetto, Trebbiano Spoletino, Drupeggio, Verdello, Malvasia, Ciliegiolo: discover the indigenous grape varieties and the wines of Umbria guided by a Certified Sommelier!

  • Half Day Wine class designed for those who are interested in learning about Umbrian wines, the tasting techniques and food/wine pairing.
  • Class is conducted in English by Alessandra, Certified Sommelier English Speaking and held at our beautiful countryhome surrounded by olive groves in Todi, Umbria .

Programme:

  • 10AM: Independent arrival at our countryhome
  • 10.15AM: Wine class guided by Certified Sommelier English Speaking including:
  • Introduction to Umbrian Wines: indigenous grapes, wine areas
  • Overview on:
  1. THE MILLENNIAL HISTORY: Umbria has a very long tradition in wine production, old as its civilization. The vine has been here for centuries, imported from the Middle East and Greece by the first inhabitants of the Peninsula.The Etruscans, who settled on the rock of Orvieto in the six century B.C., were the first ones who started cultivating the vine and making wine with a modern and commercial aim. Equally, the Romans followed their Etruscan predecessors in cultivating the grape all over the region, as well as in the Middle Ages, a period in which wine producing was taken very seriously with harsh penalties for those who damaged vineyards.During the centuries dominated by the Popes, who conquered Umbria in 1500, the wine from Orvieto became one of the favourite at the Papal Court and highly valued both in Rome and Florence.
  2. TODAY: The general tendency in Umbria for the past three decades is making high quality wines. Umbria achieves about the 3% of the entire production of Italy, almost equally divided in red and white wines.Today the region is divided in thirteen different wine areas, who gained the DOC certification and, two territories, the prestigious DOCG. Each wine area has its own peculiarities in terms of indigenous grapes and/or vinification methods.
  • About the wine, its connection with the territory, differences and typical characteristics, the classifications.
  • Tasting techniques : sensory analysis; visual analysis; olfactory analysis; palate analysis
  • Sampling tasting of 3 different kinds of wines with emphasis on the relevant features discussed in pairing with local food.
  • 1PM Final toasts and Arrivederci!

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Todi and Spoleto Tour from Rome

Todi and Spoleto Tour from Rome - Todi, Italy

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Todi, Italy

From USD
$706.80

On this tour you will explore two of the most charming umbrian towns, Todi & Spoleto.

Once in Umbria our visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems. Todi is still surrounded by surrounded by mediaeval, Roman and Etruscan walls and is a quite small town, full of famous monuments.
After your driver guide have introduced the city with its history he will give you some free time to walk around and visit some of the major sights. Todi offers relaxing moments and at the same time a sensational return to our ancient past.
After Todi our next destination is Spoleto, one of the largest towns in southern Umbria, the perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food. 
At the end of the tour we will drive you back to Rome.

Your visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems ... More info ›

On this tour you will explore two of the most charming umbrian towns, Todi & Spoleto.

Once in Umbria our visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems. Todi is still surrounded by surrounded by mediaeval, Roman and Etruscan walls and is a quite small town, full of famous monuments.
After your driver guide have introduced the city with its history he will give you some free time to walk around and visit some of the major sights. Todi offers relaxing moments and at the same time a sensational return to our ancient past.
After Todi our next destination is Spoleto, one of the largest towns in southern Umbria, the perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food. 
At the end of the tour we will drive you back to Rome.

Your visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems. Todi is still surrounded by surrounded by mediaeval, Roman and Etruscan walls and is a quite small town, full of famous monuments, such as the amazing medieval Piazza del Popolo (among the biggest medieval squares in Italy), formerly central point of the Roman town, and closed in the Middle Ages by four doors and the Renaissance Consolazione Church (project attributed to Donato Bramante).
There are several Roman cisterns beneath the piazza that may be visited, although Todi is a hill town, its centre at the top of the hill is flat.

After your driver guide have introduced the city with its history he will give you some free time to walk around and visit some of the major sights.
Todi offers relaxing moments and at the same time a sensational return to our ancient past, to the epoch of dusty streets, and to the famous periods in Umbria which reminds us of St. Francis of Assisi. The territory of Todi is not only famous for its monuments, buildings, churches, history, landscapes or uncontaminated environment, but also for its artistic craftmanship, its genuine food, its strong wines such as Grechetto di Todi and for its hospitality towards its guests.

After Todi our next destination is Spoleto, one of the largest towns in southern Umbria, the perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food. A beautiful and charming medieval town, a perfect medieval city with loads of charm in a beautiful setting.
Spoleto has a lots of interesting sights, nice shops, and great restaurants where you can sample the Umbrian cuisine, which is bold with the flavors of trufflesporcini mushroomssausage, salamiand roasted meats.

The Duomo is one of Spoleto’s finest sights. Begun in the twelfth century, the delicate-looking cathedral is set against a backdrop of hills and valleys. The Duomo is an amalgam of styles, and boasts an apse frescoed by Fra Filippo Lippi, whose tomb lies in the church.
Spoleto is home to two important annual events – the Two Worlds Festival (Festival dei Due Mondi), a celebration of art, music and theater; and the Spoleto Jazz Festival, which bring people from all over the world. 

This tour is conducted by an English-speaking driver/guide that will not enter sites but drive you around and show you places, pointing out things while explaining what they are, as well as stopping at the places which require a visit and helping you access them.

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