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Recent Umbria reviews

  • very tranquil place

    "We stayed here with 3 families and 3 generations in each. Lots of space and room to relax without getting on top of each other. We are repeat visitors but this time we stayed the longest. Good food and wine available locally and the bbq facilities are fantastic as is the restaurant if you plan to be catered for. The meals are great. The rooms are clean tidy and functional while retaining the Tuscan/Umbrian charm. There are lots of good walks on the property or for the more adventurous the local peaks aee a must do."
    Guest: raglan007 Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014
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  • Wonderful stay

    "We had a wonderful stay in Casa di Felicita. We stayed one week in Orvieto and would have loved to stay longer. The city is beautiful and the locals are welcoming and gracious. The town is on a main train stop so travel without a car is very easy. We had come by train from Rome and also went to Florence by rail. We rented a car for additional sightseeing. The apartment is spacious and has all the amenities one could need. Helene was extremely helpful. My only disappointment was that I did not get to meet Helene since she was not in town. That said, she stilled stayed in touch and helped us with all our questions and travel needs. I hope to return but this time I would stay longer. Mille Grazie Helene!"
    Guest: Jill B. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Unbelievably beautiful - Amazing family vacation

    "This is what is must be like to summer at an old family place at the top of a Tuscan hill town. The views were spectacular from all sides of property. The place is even more beautiful that in the pictures. Angelo and Martina were wonderful hosts. Don't miss using the pizza oven -worth the euros to have Angelo spend 3-4 hours firing it up (a hot and messy job!). We found pizza dough at the larger grocery store near the train station - it's sold in long rolls in the refrigerated section, not the dough balls I was expecting. We had absolutely everything we needed either at the villa or within walking distance - including the oft-mentioned gelateria at the end of the drive. Cappuccino bar is just a little further up the main road on the left. Another don't-miss is the walk through town to the 180 degree overlook. There's not much in town itself (no touristy shopping for example) but it's unbelievably picturesque. A few notes/recommendations: This property is so charming and truly ancient in some parts. However, the inherent unevenness of steps/flooring and frequent level changes in the house made it a little treacherous for those with mobility issues, especially in the middle of the night. Not a criticism, just a note for those who might need to worry about that. The beds are hard. There's no way around it. I should be used to the Italian standard mattress by now but....ouch. No way to avoid a car rental. The drive down the hill to either the A1 or the train station is about 15 minutes and not walkable. We found that there was more variety and frequency of trains if we drove to Orvieto train station - about 20 minutes away. Orvieto should be a required stop regardless for anyone visiting this part of Italy. One of the most spectacular towns in Europe."
    Guest: milligan Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
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  • Magical week in Spello

    "This is a large, attractive and comfortable apartment with everything we needed to feel at home. We loved sipping wine and coffee on the balcony with the enchanting view over tiled rooftops and the serene garden below. Three sets of french doors provide lots of light, a lovely breeze and even have screens in the bedroom. Oswaldo provided so many extras--picked us up at the train station, gave us a tour of the town, stocked the apartment with wine, fruit and basic staples and directed us to the grocery store, restaurants and a wonderful trail along the old Roman aquaduct. We would gladly return to Spello at any time of year, but experiencing the Infiorata was beyond fabulous. This quiet medieval town with colorful flower boxes, artistic balcony floral displays, and narrow cobblestone streets winding up the steep hills is suddenly transformed into a major group work party to create floral "carpets" all over town. The whole experience was beyond anything we could have imagined. I'm sure we'll return to Spello and Oswaldo's apartment, it's everything we love about Italy."
    Guest: Bill and Pam Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 29, 2014
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Perugia Travel Tips

Perugia Vacation Rentals Offer a Combination of Tradition and Culture

Planning an exciting Italian vacation this year? Umbria villas and vacation rentals are furnished with beautiful antiques and paintings from Umbrian artists. You'll enjoy the peaceful Umbria countryside. Many of the vacation rentals are within walking distance to the medieval center of Perugia. The environment is surrounded by greenery, gardens, charming swimming pools, and barbecue grills. Relax on a private terrace with tables, sun beds, and chairs. Perugia accommodations include satellite TVs, Jacuzzi whirlpool baths, DSL Internet, washing machines, dishwashers, microwave ovens, and a living room with fireplace.

Enjoy Fine Italian Wine in Perugia

The region of Umbria is famous for its sausages, cheese, vegetables, truffles, and of course, wine. Since the Umbrian climate is very favorable for growing grapes, some of Italy's finest wines are made in the hills surrounding Perugia. Made in the town of Montefalco, the Sagrantino di Montefalco is the best-known varietal in Umbria. While in Italy, you may want to visit the Umbrian hills (especially the areas of Assisi, Trivia, and Spoleto). Here, the Italians produce some of the most flavorful olive oils in the world. The perfect meal in Italy consists of a table set with olive oil, local cheese, a loaf of fresh bread, and a wonderful glass of Italian red wine.

Other Activities in Perugia

Don't miss the Eurochocolate Festival. For nine whole days, you can indulge your love of chocolate. The town hosts dozens of events focused on the "food of the gods," with cooking classes, tastings, banquets, and celebrations. The Umbria Jazz Festival is also held every year in July. The town hosts many top Jazz performers and other local artists. You are going to have a great vacation in Perugia.

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