What to do in Perugia in one day!
Welcome to Perugia, the city of chocolate, of Jazz, of art, of fashion, of the millenary history of the Etruscans up to today.
DISCOVER CAMPELLO SUL CLITUNNO
The Campello sul Clitunno district is divided into Campello Alto and Campello Basso: the first fortified around the Castle dating back to the 9th-10th century
Festival of Ceri in Gubbio
Every year, on May 15, Gubbio prepares for the Festival of Ceri, a very ancient and folkloric popular tradition that draws its origins, the pagan
What to do in Umbria in May? UmbriaSì tells you!
Four travel ideas and suggestions to do and experience in Umbria in May between alpacas, bikes, wine tastings and cultural experiences 1. Experience with Alpacas
Gualdo Tadino: a “forest” of Museums
The city of Gualdo Tadino, originally known by the Umbrian name of Tarsina, fell under Roman rule and was given the name “Tadinum”, becoming an
What to do in Umbria in April? UmbriaSì tells you!
Four travel ideas and ideas to do and experience in Umbria in April between nature and culture, art exhibitions,and bike
Discover Bevagna with UmbriaSì
Discover with us the city of Bevagna between the event of the Mercato delle Gaite and the Circuit of Medieval Crafts
Easter recipes in Umbria
The history and recipes of the Easter tradition in Umbria: let’s discover the Ciaramicola and Torta al formaggio
The madman’s license in Gubbio
Did you know that…in Gubbio you can get your Fool’s license with Parchment and rite around the Bargello fountain.
Pozzo di San Patrizio: a pioneering hydraulic work
The story of the Pozzo di San Patrizio: a pioneering hydraulic work in the heart of Orvieto, today a sacred and tourist destination.
UmbriaSì tells about “Il Perugino”
UmbriaSì racconta il Perugino, Il Meglio Maestro d’Italia There has been great excitement in recent months in Umbria for the preparations for the great exhibition
Carnival Recipes in Umbria
Today here we bring you the recipes of the Carnival in Umbria: strufoli, frappe, cicerchiata, crescionda, castagnole.
Carnival sweets in Umbria
Not only colorful masks, we see the typical sweets of the Carnival in Umbria. The origins of Carnival between sacred and profane, Romans…
San Costanzo’s Torcolo
The typical sweet of the tradition to celebrate San Costanzo is, in fact, the Torcolo, behind which there are many legends and mysteries related to the Saint that still today make this sweet full of charm and history.
Big Bench in Umbria
The much discussed and loved “Giant Benches” have also arrived in Umbria with five installations respectively in Colle Umberto, Città di Castello, Bevagna, Preci and Montefalco.
The Largest Tree in the World in Gubbio
Officially, the date of birth of the project and the construction of the tree that lies on the gentle slopes of Monte Igino in Gubbio dates back to 1891, receiving in 1991 the Guinness Book of Records as the largest Christmas tree in the world.
Dante and the olive tree
We dedicate a space to Dante and Umbrian oil through the book “Dante conversations. Oil from Umbria: what remains of Dante’s Middle Ages in food and wine Umbria”
From the foresight, sagacity, vision and revolutionary and modern ideas of Luisa Spagnoli, Perugina was born in 1907 from a small laboratory in the center of Perugia