Hotels to remember: Umbria

Podere Le Olle


Hotel Vannucci

Città della Pieve

From € 71.00

Locanda Palazzone


From € 180.00

Torre della Botonta

Castel San Giovanni

Relais Tenuta del Gallo

Macchie, Amelia

Relais San Biagio

Nocera Umbra

From € 54.00

Il Melograno


Logge del Perugino Resort

Città della Pieve

From € 135.00

La Rocca dei Trinci

Capodacqua di Foligno

Il Fontanaro


Castello di Petroia

Scritto di Gubbio

Palazzo Leti


From € 95.00

Villa Milani


L'Antico Forziere


From € 67.00

San Luca


From € 80.00



From € 210.00

Borgo della Marmotta


From € 107.10

Le Tre Vaselle


Il Cantico della Natura

Montesperello di Magione

From € 79.00

San Pietro Sopra Le Acque...

Massa Martana

From € 53.00



Hotel Villa Zuccari


From € 89.00

Fattoria di Vibio

Montecastello di Vibio

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Umbria: suggestions from the insiders

Rebecca Winke


Rebecca Winke

The Best of Umbria's Food and Wine (and where to find it!) (Eating Up Umbria) →

Roberta Biagioni Angeli


La Posta di Confine

Farmhouse Holidays

Come and relax you in the quietness of the nature in a romantic place rich in history. Immersed into the silence of an agriturism and you will live unforgettable moments... (La Posta di Confine) →

Chiara Costanzi


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) →

Beatrice De Berdt

(Front & back office)

Hotel Vannucci

4 Star Hotels

Umbria, Tuscany, and Lazio can be comfortably explored from Citta' della Pieve, perched on a hilltop 508 metres above sea level, over-looking Lake Trasimeno, and the enchanting Chiana valley. (Hotel Vannucci) →


Umbria at a glance

Umbria Hotel

Pure like the waters of its springs, mystic like its cathedrals, unspoilt like its parks and mountains, vibrant like the jazz music which fills its piazzas, genuine and generous like its people.

Many of those visiting Umbria come to the conclusion that St. Francis, the great, gentle, and poetic Saint of content and simplicity, known for his love of the natural world, could not possibly have been born anywhere else. Indeed there is no lack of religious sentiment in this "spiritual heart of Italy", the enchanting green landscapes of which are dotted with any number of ancient chapels, churches, and abbeys. This small, land-locked region is rich in little hill towns and beautifully preserved Medieval cities, each and every one conserving stunning works of art and architecture, and its own unique gastronomic traditions.