Perugia is a well-preserved medieval walled steep hill town with Universita’ per Stranieri, a wonderful place to learn Italian, and it is indeed a very famous Italian language school for foreigners. Read the rest »
If you’ve had your fill of the major Italian cities (is it even possible?), take a day or two in a smaller town to experience what some of the other areas of Italy have to offer. Read the rest »
Perugia is an ancient city located in Umbria, a region in central Italy. It is a very popular tourist destination both for Italians and foreigners due to its rare beauty, the richness of museums and monuments and the nature around it. Read the rest »
This beautiful region in the center of Italy is often called the green heart. Rolling, lush hills and spectacular sights make the region relaxing, rejuvenating and just plain fascinating. Read the rest »
Popular with tourists who are anxious to skip the crowds of Rome, Florence and Tuscany, Umbria is just far enough off the beaten track to not attract the large swarms of Italian tourists in the summer months, but full of the same sorts of scenery and treasures you’d expect from the most popular areas of Italy. Read the rest »
Altrocioccolato, the Chocolate Fair in Gubbio from16 to 18 October 2009. This festival promotes the acceptance towards immigrants and different cultures. Inside the event there will be musical events, many spaces for children and many tastings and samplings of many, different and delicious types of chocolate.
Umbria, the lovely region directly in the calf of Italy’s boot is lovely for many reasons – the least of which is its simplicity. Read the rest »