Umbria

Umbria Travel Guide

Articles about Umbria

By Sandra Ramani

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By Valerie Waterhouse
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By Andrea Bennett
Across Europe Abercrombie & Kent Villas Best For: Excursions; local staff; user-friendly website Five decades of experience as a luxury travel operator gave A&K a healthy head start with its 135-property villa-rental offshoot, which launched in...

Hotels in Umbria

This 10th-century tower features seven suites outfitted with Moroso armchairs and sunken stone baths; five have floating steel staircases. One caveat: the hotel is hard to find, so bring a map.

Restaurants in Umbria

A lively restaurant in a brick cellar in the town center. Try the creamy scrambled eggs with grated truffles.

Things to do in Umbria

Stop by for a degustazione in the bio-architectural headquarters, constructed with radon-free travertine stone. Taste the Montefalco Sagrantino red, made from Sagrantino grapes, with sweet hints of blackberry and persimmon.