So what's so great about Umbria? The food is exceptional. Home to tiny lentils in Castelucchio, strangozzi pasta, truffles, DOP (denomination of protected origin) celery from Trevi,onions from Cannara, salame from Norcia, chocolate from Perugina, and grapes from Montefalco and Orvieto.
|Salumi from Norcia|
|Truffles at Enoteca Properzio|
|Exquisite wines from organic growers|
|Porchetta, the best thing you will ever put in your mouth|
The scenery and history of Umbria is also another reason to come. Etruscan tablets are housed in the Palazzo dei Consoli in Gubbio, ancient Roman and Etruscan ruins dot the landscape, as well as gorgeous cathedrals, and more hill towns than you can count, each with its own character and vibe. Want to escape from the tour buses? Come to Umbria.
|Gubbio Corso dei Cieri|
|Rooms with a View|
|Something new around every corner|
|Dining al fresco|
|Vineyards as far as the eye can see|
|Our friend of over 17 years Anne Robichaud|
|Pranzo with friends|
|Umbria is all smiles|