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Here's what Trippy members say about Umbria:

"I spent some time based in Emilia-Romagna travelling around the area and also took day trips to Tuscany and Umbria discovering lots of little towns and villages."  See More

"There are many other parts of Italy that are wonderful - like Puglia Cinque Terre Sicily and lots of great little towns in Tuscany Umbria and Emilia-Romagna but I'm sure you'll want to go back!"  See More

"Tuscany and Umbria are also wonderful areas to visit with lots of culture and art."  See More

"The north is quite mountainous, industrial and relatively wealthy with some beautiful cities Milan Venice Bergamo Metropolitan City of Turin and lakes and, further south Tuscany Umbria and Lazio are breathtakingly beautiful areas with cities like Florence Siena Metropolitan City of Bologna and Rome"  See More

"If you like cities and travelling by train you could easily combine Florence, Siena, Parma and Modena in a week and also see quite a lot of Tuscany and Umbria As an alternative you could also fly into Metropolitan City of Genoa and visit the Cinque Terre and Portofino Coast then travel down to Lucca and Florence Or fly to Metropolitan City of Bari or Brindisi hire a car and tour Puglia visiting Ostuni Lecce Alberobello and Gallipoli"  See More

"I would highly recommend Umbria Tuscany Lombardy or Puglia especially."  See More

"org/en/) and Cammino of Francesco in Umbria (http://www."  See More

"We had a beautiful travel day and made several extremely brief stops along the way, in Tuscany and Umbria:"  See More

"As part of a solo train trip through Tuscany, Umbria and Emilia-Romagna last Autumn I spent 3 nights in Florence."  See More

"If you have some time, you could make one or more stops and see some of Umbria and Tuscany on the way."  See More

"Lovely driving routes for 10 days are Tuscany & Umbria or around the coast of Puglia."  See More

"Lombardy (for the lakes, Milan & Bergamo) Puglia, Tuscany, Umbria, Venice and Emilia-Romagna are all worthy places to visit."  See More

"com is a useful website to find places (I had a gorgeous week in a farmhouse appartment near Assisi in Umbria a few years ago)."  See More

"From there, you can easily reach Florence by train in about 35 minutes and Tuscany and Umbria are near."  See More

"One cool program in Italy is participating in the olive harvest in the Umbria region."  See More

"Tuscany and Umbria"  See More

"I love this region, it is as stunning as Tuscany and Umbria but much less crowded and the city of Urbino (the regional crown jewel) is another excellent day trip option http://www."  See More

"There's a lot to see - beach, beautiful vineyards/countryside, city and its quite close to Umbria."  See More

"We're staying at a place in Umbria, about 2 hours north of Rome, called La Palazzetta del Vescovo, which sounds like it might work for you:"  See More

Mentioned in these answers:
  1. Umbria

Hotels nearby:
  1. Relais Corte Dei Papi

Things to do nearby:
  1. Apennine Mountains
  2. Chiusi-Chianciano Terme
  3. Cortona
  4. Monte Mario

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