2016 - IL PIACERE DI CAMMINARE (THE PLEASURE OF WALKING 2014)
2016Il Piacere di Camminare (The Pleasure of Walking 2016) - Nature accompanied trails
Among Allerona (TR), Acquapendente (VT), Torre Alfina (VT), Proceno (VT) and Trevinano (VT) returns,the nature accompanied trails. Title of this edition: "Il Piacere di Camminare" ("The Pleasure of Walking").

from Piazza Attilio Lupi...


WINE LOVER'S ITALY
Umbria, unique italian region among10 best destination!


We are really happy! our green #Umbria, unique for its gourmet destinations for its great wines, art, quality, for its rolling hills and for its authentic hospitality is reported in the article by #WineEnthusiast WineNews citing our region among the '10 Best Wine destination...


THE GREATEST WINES IN THE WORLD - THE WINES OF UMBRIA
THE WINES OF :

ALTA VALLE DEL TEVERE

Colli Altotiberini Bianco; Colli Altotiberini Rosato; Colli Altotiberini Rosso.

LAGO TRASIMENO

Colli del Trasimeno Bianco; Colli del Trasimeno Rosso.

ORVIETO

Orvieto Abboccato; Orvieto Secco; Orvieto Classico.

PERUGIA

Uve bianche: Canaiolo bianco, Garganega...


MONTEFALCO AND SAGRANTINO DOCG
MONTEFALCO
The history, the wine, the territory.
Montefalco is the symbolic and geographical heart of the Umbrian Valley. Its centrality is evident: From anywhere in the Umbrian Valley if you look up you will see the hill of Montefalco with its splendid view of the Martani mountains, Mount Subasio, the Apennines, and the towns of Spol...


REGION UMBRIA - WINE ITINERARIES
Itineraries of the Region Umbria

FROM PERUGIA TO TRASIMENO LAKE
From Perugia to Trasimeno Lake: The itinerary starts on the outskirts of Perugia, continues northward reaching Umbertide before finishing near Trasimeno Lake.
PERUGIA: By car from the North: Motorway A1, exit Val di Chiana, direction Perugia – Rome. From the south...


WORLDWIDE WINEMANIA

“The Drinks Business” delves into the secrets of the world of Bacchus on the pages of the top ten books about wine

The passion for wine has become a worldwide craze, but taking a closer look at Bacchus’ universe, it is not so easy to navigate with its thousands of years of history, hundreds of different terroirs, thousands of g...


UMBRIA’S OLIVE OIL- THE GREEN GOLD
The Umbria’s products come from the will to satisfy the tastes and the food and non-food habits of the most demanding client. We choose to create the right products, fitted for any market, but always maintaining the tradition that distinguishes our native land Umbria.
In Umbria, the green heart of Italy, the olive oil tradition has very ancient...


NARNI UNDERGROUNDS
THE CITY OF NARNI

Narni, the geographic centre of Italy, is situated in the region of Umbria. It's a typical Umbrian town, built on a hill 240 metres above sea level with strong medieval traces. The town has outstanding views over the River Nera and its valley. Although Neolithic people lived in this region, the first historical document men...


PERMANENT EXHIBITION OF GEOPALAEONTOLOGY (ASSISI)
Geopalaeontology Ecological Lab

Gruppo Umbro Mineralogico Paleontologico
Località Cà Piombino - 06081 Assisi (PG)
Tel. 075/8155290 - Fax 075/8197395
E-mail: parco.montesubasio@tiscali.it

Mt. Subasio is the mountain of Assisi and is an isolated mountain with respect to Valle Umbra. The current shape of Mt. Subasio is the resu...


THE MUSEUM OF CERAMICS IN DERUTA
The Museum of Ceramics in Deruta is one of the most significant historical and artistic interest of the district, the museum, located in the fourteenth century former Convent of San Francesco in Deruta's Old Town, is split over three floors andcovers a 'area of 1700 square meters for a total of 14 exhibition halls.

Inside the museum are kept...


CITTA' DI CASTELLO'S RETRO' MARKET
http://sixmonthsinitaly.blogspot.com

I believe I’ve mentioned the regular Citta di Castello (or, in AJ-speak, CDC) market (basic clothes, stuff, and veggies) somewhere on the blog, and know I’ve mentioned the small city itself, one of the closest small cities to us (where the truffle festival is). CDC also has another market, on the third Su...


THE PILGRIMAGE IN THE 3° MILLENIUM
THE VIA FRANCIGENA

The Via Francigena is a historical itinerary leading to Rome from Canterbury, a major route which in the past was used by thousands of pilgrims on their way to Rome. At the beginning of the 11th century mainly, a multitude of souls "looking for their Lost Heavenly Home" took the habit of travelling across Europe...


THE PILGRIMAGE IN THE 3° MILLENIUM
PILGRIMAGE TO SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

History:
Medieval route The earliest records of visits paid to the shrine dedicated to St. James at Santiago de Compostela date from the 8th century, in the time of the Kingdom of Asturias. The pilgrimage to the shrine became the most renowned medieval pilgrimage, and it became customary for those wh...


THE PILGRIMAGE IN THE 3° MILLENIUM
THE PILGRIMAGE TO ASSISI

Why a Pilgrimage … in Italy?

Saint Francis and Saint Anthony, the Seraphic Founder and the Learned Apostle (meo episcopus) of the Franciscan Order, are two great "figures" who have stirred the perpetual engine of humble and simple spirituality, a perpetual source for all people who are suffering from...


THE PILGRIMAGE IN THE 3° MILLENNIUM
THE HOLYLAND PILGRIMAGE
A BRIDGE FOR PEACE

The Holy Land Pilgrimage website is designed to help believers get better acquainted with the Holy Land. The site offers an inside look at various and diverse aspects of the Holy Land. It also provides practical information and useful links. What's more, the site also makes it easy to find local ...


THE PILGRIMAGE IN THE 3° MILLENIUM
THE PATH TO FRANCISCAN PEACE

First stage of the Itinerary: Assisi - Pieve San Nicolò

After giving up his material goods in front of Bishop Guido, late winter 1206 (1207 according to some historians), St. Francis left his home town. The journey does not seem to have a destination: he wonders in a forest, says his biographer. In realit...


THE VIA DEI ROMEI
THE VIA DEI ROMEI, HEIR OF THE ROMAN VIA POMPILIA
This ancient road connected the regions of eastern Europe to Rome passing also along the Adriatic coast. After Venice and Ravenna the road continues into the Apennines. From Ravenna medieval pilgrims had different possible ways of reaching the city of St. Peter. This particular road allow...


 
 

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Che Meraviglia !!!!!!
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