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Case Vacanza Corte Fratini,Umbria,Appartamenti,Trevi,Perugia


Thanks to its position Trevi, dominates the Umbrian valley below. Built on the slopes of Mount Brunette, it is surrounded by hundreds of thousands of olive trees, from which the precious nectar is obtained, of which Trevi is the capital.However, Extra Virgin Olive Oil is not the only typical product of the area. In October, an important event takes place that revolves around the CELERY BLACK OF TREVI, another excellence of the are.


“The Railing of Umbria”, so called for its strategic position overlooking the valleys of Topino and Clitunno. Town rich in history (Federico II stayed there), art (frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli) and productive excellence, one above all the famous Sagrantino di Montefalco wine.

EVENTS: Wine week (April), August Montefalchese (August)

Fonti del Clitunno

Le Fonti del Clitunno, si trovano fra Spoleto e Foligno lungo la via Flaminia. Il parco naturalistico nel comune di Campello sul Clitunno, rappresenta un’oasi di pace, circondato dalla natura, abitato da cigni e altri animali acquatici. L’Eden naturalistico, così denominato, si estende per 10 mila metri quadrati e custodisce le sorgenti del fiume Clitunno.


Of Roman origins (Mevania), it was a stopping and trading point on the Via Flaminia. It still retains the splendor and magnificence of the past times. Very important is the re-enactment of the markets that took place in the Middle Ages which takes the name of “Mercato delle Gaite” in which it is possible to see how iron was forged, how glass was blown, how silk was worked and how paper was produced in those times.


Of markedly Roman origins, it still maintains a distinctly medieval plant today. Do not miss the Roman Theater, the Ponte delle Torri, the Duomo and the great event founded by the master composer Gian Carlo Menotti, the Festival dei Due Mondi, which with its dance, prose, concerts and exhibitions brings international prestige to the city. .

EVENTS: Festival of the two worlds (July)


The “Colonia Julia”, so called by Julius Caesar, is perhaps one of the most beautiful and best preserved medieval villages in the whole region. Famous for its typical products of exceptional quality, Spello also offers culture (frescoes by Pinturicchio) and events unique in their kind (the Corpus Domini flower show).


The city of San Francesco is among the most visited destinations in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Not to be missed are the two Basilicas dedicated to the friar of Assisi: the Upper Basilica with the famous frescoes by Giotto and the Lower Basilica which houses the crypt of San Francesco.


The historic center of Foligno is ancient and intriguing, with monuments of extraordinary historical and artistic importance. There are many things to see, but thanks to its modest size, it is possible to visit this Umbrian town in a single day while keeping in mind some main stops not to be missed. Among the treasures to discover, is recommended to see the Piazza della Repubblica with the Cathedral, the Palazzo Comunale of the ‘200, the Palazzo Pretorio and the Palazzo Orfini of the’ 500.


Of Etruscan origins, Perugia is one of the two capitals of Umbria. Famous in Italy and in the world for its University, it also hosts the political and administrative center of the Region. Of particular artistic interest we find the National Gallery of Umbria and the still perfectly preserved Etruscan remains.

EVENTS: Umbria Jazz (July) and Eurochocolate (October)


Ponte Tibetano - Sellano

The Tibetan Bridge of Sellano, with its discontinuous footstep structure, connects the picturesque village of Sellano, one of the most beautiful in Italy, to the hamlet of Montesanto. 

This spectacular suspension bridge spans 517 meters, at a dizzying height of 175 meters above the Vigi River valley, requiring a remarkable 1023 steps to cross! It is considered, along with the Arouca 516 Tibetan Bridge in Portugal, one of the highest Tibetan bridges in Europe.

Ponte Tibetano Sellano Umbria, Corte Fratini