Narni: handpicked hotels and insider tips

Narni: introduction

Narni Hotel

The origins of Narni are ancient, dating back to the Neolithic period. It was once stronghold of the Romans due to its strategic position and so not surprisingly, Narni is situated on the Via Flaminia.

This place is noteworthy for its connection to personalities of great historical and artistic importance who all lived here, such as the renaissance artists Ghirlandaio, Vecchietta, Rossellino, Antoniazzo Romano, Spagna, Vignola, Sangallo and Scalza. There are numerous frescoes of the coronation of the virgin, the stigma of St Francis and the annunciation. Many other famous names were born at Narni, such as Beata Lucia, Berardo Eroli, Gattamelata, Galeotto Marzio, Cassio da Narni and the Roman Emporor Cocceio Nerva.

Narni is also a treasure trove of historical monuments: the Romanesque Cathedral, the Church of St Francis, Palazzo dei Priori, the Crypt of St Domenico, the ancient Church of St Domenico, the Church of St Restituta, the Palazzo Comunale, Palazzo Scotti, the Gardens of St Bernardo, the Convent of St Agostino, the Church of St Margherita, with an interesting cycle of frescoes attributed to Pomarancio.

Narni: suggestions from the hotels

Chiara Costanzi

(proprietario)

Abbazia San Pietro in Valle

Historical Residences

Chiara Costanzi

Wilde and untouched nature: we are inside the protected Park of Fiume Nera, which flows into the highest natural waterfall in Europe: the Marmora Falls. (Abbazia San Pietro in Valle) →

Leonardo Cipiccia

(Owner)

Torre Palombara - Dimora Storica

Historical Residences

In the peaceful countryside, close to any number of beautifully conserved medieval towns and villages: it's the perfect base for a relaxing holiday in Umbria ... (Torre Palombara - Dimora Storica) →

Diego Petrella

(Direttore)

San Pietro Sopra Le Acque

Historical Residences

Because it is possible to combine art and nature: from here you can easily reach some of the most beautiful towns of Umbria as Todi and Spoleto or venture into trekking. (San Pietro Sopra Le Acque) →

Narni: places to see in the area