Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore
Chiesa di Sant'Andrea
You can admire Pinturicchio’s Madonna with Child and Saints in the gloomy Chiesa di Sant’Andrea .
As you enter Spello, you'll come across Piazza Kennedy, the main entrance to the town, with a partially Roman gate, Porta Consolare.
Perhaps the best sight in all of Spello is to head up to the Arco Romano. From here you can get the best view of the Anfiteatro Romano...
At the most charming enoteca in town, for €30 you can try a half-dozen Umbrian wines while snacking on cheese, prosciutto and bruschetta.
Il Giardino di Spello
Near the train station and main bus stop, this is a fab place for quick eats. For just a few euros, diners can load up on tapas. Tack on...
Lonely Planet review
Head towards Piazza Matteotti, the heart of Spello, where the impressive 12th-century Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore houses the town’s real treat. In its Cappella Baglioni , Pinturicchio’s beautiful frescoes of the life of Christ are in the right-hand corner as you enter (you’ll need to pay to illuminate the great works, which helps keep damage to a minimum).
Even the floor, dating back to 1566, is a masterpiece.