Umbria, a region located in the central part of the country, known as the green heart of Italy for being a fertile and productive region, giving rise to famous wines and olive oils of worldwide recognition. Perugia, a beautiful walled city with predominant Etruscan influence, provincial capital of the Umbria region, known for its medieval towns (Todi, Gubbio, Spoleto, Spello and Assisi) located on top of the hills surrounding the region. Umbrians and Etruscans inhabited this region before becoming part of the Roman Empire, who left a great artistic and cultural legacy, making it one of the most fascinating regions of Italy. Umbria “where good living is an art”, let yourself be enveloped by the dolce vita of the region, the good wine, its exquisite gastronomy and above all by the charm of its people.


Let yourself be amazed by the charm of the medieval cities of Umbria, starting with its capital Perugia, home of the Umbria Jazz and Eurochocolate festivals, as well as Spoleto, home of the Two Worlds Festival, without forgetting to visit Assisi, spiritual home of St. Francis. Live and enjoy Umbria, get lost in its cobblestone streets and let yourself be enveloped by the charm of the Middle Ages.


Umbra cuisine is based on local products, meats, cereals and vegetables. The most representative dishes of Umbra cuisine are fettuccine with black truffle from Norcia, pappardelle with wild boar, porchetta and the famous torta al testo (unsalted unleavened bread). The excellent Italian confectionery is best known for its tiramisu, the incomparable gelato and the delicacies of the chocolate house La Perugina. Umbria is fertile ground for some appreciated wines such as Torgiano, Sagrantino and Rosso di Montefalco. Indulge your palate with the delicious flavors of this fascinating region.