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Was du in Province of Perugia unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

Natural Feature
“den ganzen Sommer lang sind Festivals und Musik-/Theaterveranstaltungen entlang des Trasimenosees. Tagsüber Rad, Vespa oder Boote mieten oder wer kann, sich auf dem Rücken der Pferde die Gegend erkunden - hier darf man noch fast überall reiten.”
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Natural Feature
“ Casa Vasalone liegt ca. 100 Höhenmeter oberhalb des Sees; der Fußweg zum Strand beträgt gut 50 min, der Fahrweg mit dem PKW 10 min. Baden ist möglich von Mai/Juni bis Oktober, das Wasser hat eine sehr gute Qualität. Es gibt sehr schöne, auch gut für Kinder geeignete Strände.”
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Point of Interest
“Die größten Höhlen die es vielleicht in ganz Europa und der Welt gibt. Beim ersten Anblick ist jeder überwältigt, ein absolutes Muss wenn man in der Nähe ist. Tipp: warme Jacke mitnehmen.”
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“The Sibillini National Park is such a peaceful place. Here you can walk all day and hardly see another person. There are many levels of walks to suit all abilities. Some of our favourites include the Gola della Infernaccio, Lama Rosa, the Dogana Loop and Ragnolo/ Madellana, Please ask to borrow our hiking book.”
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“This is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The basilica, which was began in 1228, is built into the side of a hill and comprises two churches (known as the Upper Church and the Lower Church) and a crypt, where the remains of Saint Francis have been housed. ”
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“Impressive caverns, among the largest in Europe in a beatiful gorge and natural park. Visit the caves, see the Romanesque church and Roman bridge, modern thermal facility, take scenic trekking trails.”
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“Eine der sterbenden Städten - beeindruckendes Dorf und Landschaft rundherum!”
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“This is the symbol of the Orvieto. The construction began in 1290,under the order of Pope Urban IV. Situated in a position dominating the town, its facade will surprise you with a large rose window and Golden mosaics. Inside La Cappella di San Brizio, hosts stunning frescoes decorated by some of the best painters.”
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Administrative Area Level 3
“Anghiari is also the headquarter of one of Tuscany’s most interesting textile producers Bussatti, whith shops all over the world.”
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“This unique kind of underground city is the most evident testimony of the Church domination in Perugia. The place is almost somehow surreal, and since the 80's hosts an escalator system that connects the lower and higher part of the city centre.”
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“Weltberühmt sind die Freskenmalereien des Malers Giotto in der Basilika di San Francesco.”
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“Day Itinerary La Scarzuola-Castello di Montegiove-Castel di Fiori La Scarzuola: Amazing place- 12th Century restored convent that was founded by Saint Francis of Assisi. The owner built a fantasy city with theaters to put on shows. Occasionally during the summer there are musical performances there in the afternoon as there is no lighting. You must call ahead and make a reservation for a tour. Marco Salari (0763-837546) Brian does the English tours. Directions: About 30 minutes from the farmhouse. Turn right out of the driveway and go up the hill from the farmhouse and turn right on the main road SS 71 towards Montegabbione. Once at Montegabbione (don’t go into the town) turn left past the town following signs to Montegiove. It takes about 10 minutes from Montegabbione to Montegiove. 2 km past Montegiove on the right is a sign for La Scarzuola, follow it to the end of the dirt road. Castello di Montegiove: In the very small town of Montegiove just before La Scarzuola is a Castello owned by the Marchese Lorenzo Misciattelli and his wife. His family recently moved back into it and are in the process of restoring it and cultivating the land. It is open to the public for a visit and they are very nice and speak perfect English. They have restored the Cantina (wine cellar) and are now making wine. Lorenzo Misciattelli (0763-837473 or 0763-837009 www.castellomontegiove.com Castel di Fiori: A small borgo on top of a hill with a gorgeous view of the hills of Umbria. There are no restaurants, bars or shops but you can visit the tower and climb to the top for the impressive tranquil view of Umbria. The borgo is situated on the road to Montegiove after you have passed Montegabbione it is about 10 minutes drive before you reach Montegiove. On the right is a sign for Castel di Fiori and it is a gravel road to the top. This is where our groundskeeper, Fabrizio lives. You may ask him to arrange a visit. Fabrizio Tortolini +39 392 932 4781 ”
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“The mountain stands behind Villa R&R and stands 1290 mars above sea level. Its pink coloured stones were used for many Franciscan buildings at the World Heritage site of Assisi. The area is included in the natural Parco del Subasio with many walking trails.”
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“ Don't miss the Festival dei due mondi, to be held from June 24th and July the 10th. http://www.festivaldispoleto.com/?lang=eng”
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“In 1527, in the day following the sacking of Rome, Pope Clement VII took refuge in Orvieto. To provision with water the Albornoz fortress in case of siege or conflict, this well was built, based on a plan of Antonio da Sangallo il Giovane. The St. Patrick well, completed in 1537, is 62 metres deep and, at the inside, two double-spiralled stairwells were made, planned for easier transportation of water.”
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Historische Stätte
“ It is an archaeological site of ancient Roman towns where you can admire the remains of the ancient Via Flaminia and the arch of San Damiano .”
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