15 Oct
Charming hillside villages of Italy, Umbria. Narni

Exploring Umbria’s beautiful Terni province

The province of Terni is the smaller of Umbria’s two provinces and lies at the southern tip of the region. Its capital is the bustling city, and namesake of the region, Terni. With an intriguing combination of old and new, combining contemporary features and facilities with a charming Old Town, Terni is hailed as the ‘Italian City of Manchester’.







16 Dec
Gubbio, Umbria

Top five things to do in Umbria

Excellent food, brilliant wines, breathtaking scenery, ancient villages and classic towns, it’s safe to say Umbria in Italy is a fantastic place to visit. Augmenting Umbria’s appeal is the fact the region has managed to stayed free from excessive pandering to tourism. It actually does not have a coastline, so beach lounging is out. This has allowed it to stay authentic and resistant to too much change in recent years. The locals tend to be sympathetic, friendly and generally very helpful to the puzzled explorer clutching a map!


03 Nov

Why Umbria’s Lake Trasimeno should be on your Italian holiday itinerary

Trasimeno is a wonderful lake in the middle of Tuscany’s historic and beautiful countryside, the perfect setting for an exploring the many traditional towns that are nestled in the area. Surrounded by hills, olive groves, vineyards and forested areas of oak and cypress trees, the lake is a popular magnet for travellers who want to experience the Italian regions of not only Tuscany, but its neighbouring Umbria.