Via Federico da Montefeltro
Walk up Via Ducale to the Via Federico da Montefeltro where you'll encounter a triumvirate of ancientness, beginning at the 13th-century...
Walk up Via Ducale to a triumvirate of ancientness, the 13th-century pink cathedral , with a fine 12th-century stained-glass window and...
Next door to the Palazzo Ducale is the Museo Diocesano , a winding homage to Gubbio’s medieval history.
Taverna del Lupo
Soft light casts flattering shadows across the barrel-vaulted interior of Gubbio's most sophisticated restaurant, serving Umbrian...
Palazzo Ducale information
Lonely Planet review
The 15th-century Palazzo Ducale was built by the Duke of Montefeltro’s family as a scaled-down version of their grand palazzo in Urbino; its walls hide an impressive Renaissance courtyard.