Sights in Todi
The Basilica-Cathedral on the splendid main square, Piazza del Popolo, was built in the 11th century on the site of a Roman temple (probably dedicated to Apollo). Inside there are beautiful frescoes, paintings and stained glass windows.
The Piazza Garibaldi is another nice square, especially for its attractive view over the valley and to the hills.
St Mary of the Consolation is a Renaissance church, built of light stone with a domed roof, and notable for its statues of the 12 apostles.
The San Fortunato Temple has a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance style elements including a remarkable central doorway with fine sculpted decoration and 15th century frescoes. Beside the temple is a pleasant public garden set in the ruins of a 14th century castle, the ‘Rocca’ fortress.