What to do in Tuscany and Umbria? Here a short short list of ideas!

What to do in Tuscany and Umbria

What to do in Tuscany and Umbria

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Our favorite nearby restaurants:
We have established 10% discount at the main restaurants on t village and the area: L’Oca Bruciata, La Loggetta, La locanda del Principato, Osteria da Coppetta and many more!
Sport:
Golf –  Lamborghini Golf Club, located 5 miles away.
Horse riding: With Tanja from il Fontanaro
Relaxing: New Spa massage services available at your guesthouse, including also manicure, pedicure, waxing and hair dresser!
More Spa: We have established day package with 15% off at Fonteverde Thermal spring,  if you like to discover the secreted free thermal spots of San casciano dei bagni, ask alina or read also:
Wonderful cruises on the lake.
Complete tour of the Lake with aperitif on board during sunset and more.
Ballooning in Tuscany:
There are many ways to see Tuscany one of the most unusual is from a balloon.
Shop
Enjoy a shopping day at the Mall in Firenze, the Space in Arezzo and many others
Also go to Magione for the best cashmere. Also, from Chiusi Chianciano train station (12 minutes driving by us) you can be in one hour in Roma or Firenze for more shopping.
Wineries:
It is possible to book visits and wine tasting in the most exclusive and important Umbria’s and Tuscany’s wineries. Such as: Banfi, Barbi, Redi, Avignonesi, Lungarotti and etc. Ask Alina! or Christian countryslowliving@gmail.com
Walking tours: Walks of ItalyFacebook Walks of Italy they are the best one!!
Some of the main place of Interest: Medieval town of Perugia Umbria’s wonderfully historic capital. The old town which was built with a perspective of the future. The main town centre is easily accessible thanks to the hidden mobile stairs which take you up 500 metres from street level, observing parts of the underground of the Etruscan and Roman foundations. The best in Perugia is a visit to Santa Maria degli Angeli, birthplace of Saint Francis,(1182) Basilica of St. Francis and Church of Santa Chiara. There are numerous museums in Perugia from which to choose.
Chiusi. The astonishing Etruscan Museum and  Porsenna’s labyrint
Cortona. A small Etruscan city in Tuscany, situated on a hill not far from Siena, Assisi and Perugia. Visiting this city means an encounter with art, with history and with spirituality. Getting to know this timeless city is a real rediscovery of our past. Cortona offers testimony to its history as well as an enchanting view of the landscape enclosed by Lake Trasimeno and the Appenines.

Montalcino and Mntepulciano, the wine cities,

Siena, one of the capital art of Italy

Deruta. The most famous ceramics town in Italy with more than 200 operating workshops. The most famous is Ubaldo Grazia Maioliche Artistiche and is the oldest continually-owned family pottery workshop for more than 500 years.
Gubbio. One of Umbria’s most beautiful medieval hill towns with a splendid Roman amphitheatre.
Trasimeno Lake. The coexistence of the green,gently sloping hills of the tuscan-umbrian countryside,with evocative panorama of the lake and historical villages full of art and culture,have given this territory a particular charm. Lake Trasimeno is a regional natural reserve,is the fourth largest in Italy and from is waters rise 3 island: Maggiore,Minore and Polvese. Since 2006 lake Trasimeno joined “LIVING LAKES” which is a worldwide network of 52 lakes and in 2008 was awarded by the UN for its efforts in protection of the nature and for the projects realised for the sustainable development. It is an ideal place for wonderfull hiking with 16 sign-posted walks,riding and mountain-biking.
Florence: Check our friend travel blogger, Michaet Tieso’s blog or Lost in Florence.