Flower Power – Umbria’s Wildflower Hiking Expedition

Umbria is known as the medieval region of Italy. In its towns and cities, connections to the roots of history and Italian culture could be found. Along the way when traveling to this region, tourists can witness the beautiful countryside filled with myriads of natural beauty. It is not only […]


Fishing for Food at Lake Trasimeno

Lake Trasimeno is the cleanest lake in Umbria, Europe, teeming with fish which supports the fishermen community. The fish caught include carp, pike, tench, and eel using sustainable techniques. Fish enthusiasts conduct fishing expeditions, and the bounty of unique fish makes them come back for more. Making a Living Fishing […]


Exploring Some of the Most Exquisite Ghost Towns in Umbria

When the original inhabitants of a town leave their home entirely behind, it becomes a ghost town. Natural disasters or environmental issues, such as landslides or earthquakes, can make towns structurally unsound for people to live in. However, nowadays and most of the time, people leave their homes behind for […]


Cycling Through the Italian Green Heart

One of the top ways to explore the beautiful Italian countryside and get a workout at the same time is through cycling. Umbria, the Italian Green Heart, specifically offers scenic roads that could be suitable from beginner cyclists to the most experienced. In Umbria, cyclists will encounter not only flora […]


Animal Significance in Ancient Perugia and Spoleto

In numerous ancient cultures, animals have held symbolic significance and meaning in their culture, society, beliefs, and spirituality. Take for example the animal-headed gods and goddesses that were worshipped by the ancient Egyptians and the Mesopotamians. In Asian culture, dragons are revered as gods and snakes are seen as the […]


Touring Through the 13th Century Town of Assisi – Part 2

Assisi, located in the St. Francis Basilica features countryside walks, towns, and trattorias, besides little churches.  Assisi is a fantastic place to visit in the lovely Umbrian hilltown, and it has plenty and more to experience. Touring this 12th-century town of Assisi means one will realise that Assisi is the […]


Touring Through The 13th Century Town of Assisi – Part 1

Assisi is a medieval small town in Umbria, having around 25,000 people perched on a hill which is situated at the heart of Italy.  It holds religious, artistic, and historical significance thereby making it famous. Being the birthplace of St. Francis, makes Assisi the most important place helping enrich the […]