Lake Trasimeno Italy - Tourist Information

All the touristic information that you need about the lake Trasimeno and surroundings. Find out the cities and the villages more important to visit and the places most beautiful both in Umbria and Tuscany.

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Visit Passignano

Passignano sul Trasimeno lies in the Province of Perugia, on a promontory that juts out from the north-eastern shore of Lake Trasimeno.  

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Visit Perugia

Perugia, the capital of the eponymous province and the capital of Umbria, rises in the centre of the Region. 15 neighborhoods are nestled in its Etruscan walls, enormous stone structures erected 22 centuries ago, much of it still visible today.

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Visit Assisi

Assisi counts 27,889 inhabitants and sits on the western flanks of Mount Subasio  overlooking the verdant central Umbrian valley bathed by the Chiasco and Topino rivers. Assisi is famous as the birthplace of both Saint Francis, the patron saint of Italy , and Saint Claire. Read more

Visit Orvieto

Orvieto is a city that dates back to Etruscan times located to the south in the Terni Province of Umbria at the border of the Viterbo province in Lazio.

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Visit Spoleto

Spoleto has maintained intact its old medieval look, even though there is a characteristic Roman influence still in evidence today. It was for many years a flourishing Longobard Duchy before it became an important centre of the Papal State.

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Visit Spello

Spello sits between Assisi and Foligno on a spur that juts out from Monte Subasio and overlooks the fertile central plain of Umbria. 

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Visit Cortona

Cortona belongs to the Tuscan province of Arezzo and is the most important cultural and artistic tourist city in the Chiana Valley, after Arezzo.  Read more

Visit Pienza

Pienza sits within the jurisdiction of Siena.  It is, without a doubt, the Orcia Valley’s most important artistic and historical city.  It is not far from the ancient Cassia road and the other two important towns of San Quirico d'Orcia and Castiglione d'Orcia. Read more

Visit Siena

Siena counts 54,391 inhabitants and is located in central Tuscany. The city is famous for its artistic heritage and for the homogeneity of its medieval architecture, as well as for the world-renowned yearly horse races on its central piazza, the Palio, which pits the city’s neighborhoods against one another. Read more

Visit Florence

Florence is the capital of the eponymous Province and the Region of Tuscany. It is the Region’s most populous city, as well as its historical, artistic and economic centre. Florence counts some 1,500,000 inhabitants.

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