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Umbrian Regional and Traditional Cooking Class with Lunch in Assisi

Join this cooking class to learn Nonna Paola’s secrets about her most famous recipes, cooking exclusively with organic and seasonal products such as vegetables, extra virgin olive oil, Umbrian truffles, and much more.A famous Italian quote says that “a small barrel contains the best wine”. There is no better way to describe Umbria, a region in central Italy, rich with history, culture, and ancient beliefs. It also has some of the best medieval borghi, small towns or villages, still preserved as they originally were, Assisi, Perugia, Gubbio, Spoleto, and Orvieto, to name a few.During your hands-on cooking class, you will learn to prepare special and unique recipes that evoke the ancient flavors of traditional Italian cuisine. You will prepare, with the assistance of a professional local chef, famous and delicious recipes such as tagliatelle, a handmade pasta, and other famous Umbrian dishes. These recipes will surely impress your friends when you host your next Italian dinner party once you are back home.Only the finest local wines will be tasted during the classes, adding value to the fun and relaxed atmosphere. Don't miss this special and memorable day.

$89.35 Transfers & Ground Transport

Umbria Hotels to Rome Private Departure Transfer

Whether you’re traveling individually, as a couple or in a group, your ground transport needs are covered by this private airport transport service from your Umbria hotel to central Rome or Fiumicino Airport.The transfer service covers hotels throughout the entire Umbria region, including the popular vacation towns of Assisi, Perugia, Orvieto, Norcia, Gubbio, Spoleto, Todi and Casarta della Marmore. When your vacation in the charming inland region is over, simply meet your driver at your hotel at a prearranged time. Then, settle into your comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle, use the wifi if you wish, and head straight to Rome.When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details or Rome hotel details as well as your Umbria hotel accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. Approximately 24 - 48 hours prior to your departure from Umbria, you will be required to reconfirm exact pickup time and place (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher).Price is per person, based on 8 adults per car/vehicle.

$836.24 Multi-day & Extended Tours

4 Day Umbria Tour from Roma

Day 1  Meeting with our guide and minibus in the hotel lobby at 08.30. Departure for one of the most beautiful villages in the suburbs of Rome: Tivoli with its villas and gardens. Visit and laisure time at your own. In the afternoon, travel to Spoleto with a short stop to admire the Marmore Falls in the heart of Umbria. Visit of Spoleto, city of 40,000 inhabitants of Roman origin that keeps symbolic monuments like the Bridge of the Towers or the Arch of Drusus and more recent like the Cathedral and the Albornozian Rock. Arrival to Assisi.  Accommodation in a 4 stars hotel in the medieval town.Day 2 BIn the morning, visit of the Basilica of Saint Francis with a nice walk in the old town. Then, continue to Peugia, the capital of the Umbrian region, ancient Etruscan center and rich city of history and art. Visit of the city. You can admire the Palazzo dei Priori, the Fontana Maggiore, the Etruscan Gate of the 3rd century BC, the Cathedral and the medieval wall. Free time for lunch. Continue to Todi visit. In the afternoon, stroll through the historic center of this pretty walled village and protected by the Rock of 1373; you can see the Cathedral, the People's Square, the Palace of Priors and the Church of Consolation, built by Bramante. Return to Assisi via panoramic itinerary and accommodation.Day 3 - B Visit of Santa Maria degli Angeli to admire the homonym Sanctuary built above the chapel loved by the saint.Departure to Gubbio, a beautiful city that is located 500 meters above sea level and shows traces of different dominations, from the Roman to the papal. Highlights include the Cathedral, the Ducal Palace, the Capitán's Palace and the Palazzo dei Consoli. Continuation to Città di Castello and free time for lunch. In the afternoon, visit of the city, the largest center of the Upper Tiber Valley, which presents narrow and picturesque streets along with majestic and elegant squares, where some of the historical palaces of greater interest and beauty arise. Return to Assisi via panoramic itinerary and accommodation.Day 4 - B You leave Assisi to reach the most important city on the way between Umbria and Rome: Orvieto. Only the Gothic Cathedral, imposing and elaborate, would be worth the visit to admire its façade but the city of St. Patrick's Well, offers nice corners to breathe the medieval air of the city, try the excellent wines or the renowned food. Visit and free time for lunch. Return to Rome and end of services.

$89.35 Transfers & Ground Transport

Rome to Umbria Hotels Private Arrival Transfer

Arrange your private transfer for a time to suit your schedule, and then meet your friendly driver at your Rome hotel or Rome Fiumicino Airport to travel directly to your hotel in Umbria. The transfer service covers hotels throughout the entire Umbria region, including the popular vacation towns of Assisi, Perugia, Orvieto, Norcia, Gubbio, Spoleto, Todi and Casarta della Marmore.Whether you’re traveling individually, with a partner or in a group, your ground transport needs will be covered by this private transfer service. Avoid the confusion of taxis or public transport and enjoy a hassle-free start to your vacation in Italy’s beautiful Umbria region! Simply meet your driver, sit back and relax and use the onboard wifi, if you wish!When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight or Rome hotels details as well as your Umbria accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. Approximately 24-48 hours prior to your arrival in Rome, you will be required to reconfirm exact pickup time and place (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher).Price is per person, based on 8 adults per car/vehicle.

$1076.81 Tours & Sightseeing

Full Day Tour from Rome to Gubbio: The biggest Christmas Tree in the World

Full Day Tour to Gubbio:Pick up in your Hotel and transfer by private car to Gubbio, in Umbria.Once arrived in Gubbio, enjoy some free time on your own, discovering the secrets of this lovely town, strolling around its nice and narrow streets and enjoying the beautiful panoramas surrounding it. Take time to discover hidden corners, and the hundreds details that make this small town, a living masterpiece! Don't forget to do some shopping: leathers, souvenirs, typical products and christmas gifts are waiting for you!Spend time admiring the biggest Christmas Tree of the World, and enjoy the amazing Christmas atmosphere of Gubbio!Included in the package also a typical food tasting!Transfer service back to your Hotel.

$4.58 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Pozzo della Cava Admission Ticket

Visit: Pozzo della CavaA visit to underground Orvieto cannot exclude the exploration of the suggestive path of the Pozzo della Cava that, in the heart of the Medieval district, will carry you down into the cliff through an array of caves rich in archaeological findings. You will go through all the ages that made the history of Orvieto and, by visiting some of the caves, you will learn the extent to which the life of Orvieto's inhabitants included feverish activities carried out in the underground city. From Etruscan times to the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the modern Slow-City, this unusual walk will allow you to discover interesting evidence spanning over centuries and centuries of daily life. Along the tunnels of this structure, going from one evocative spot to another, you will come across a follone for wool processing in the Middle Ages; an Etruscan tunnel for channelling water; an Etruscan tank in opus signinum; two Medieval pits, one flask-shaped the other vertical, the two varieties that are known so far; a typical Medieval cellar completely dug out of the tufa rock for the production and storage of Orvieto's famous wine; a tufa rock pillar, part of the foundations of a Medieval tower; a kiln used as a ceramic workshop in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, with remains of the baking oven dug out of the tufa rock from Orvieto's cliff; kiln waste, majolica fragments, sixteenth century lusterware to confirm the continuous activities of ceramists in Orvieto and, particularly interesting, some work tools; the remains of the lower chamber of a muffola-shaped kiln, that was used to produce lusterware, valuable Renaissance ceramic items famous for their iridescent colours and beautiful reflections, that allow us to place Orvieto with Gubbio, Gualdo Tadino and Deruta as far as this particular production is concerned; a large quarry that gave the tufa rock used to build the great wall that supports the road above it (Via Malabranca) in the nineteenth century. Of course, you will also admire the actual Pozzo della Cava, identified outside by a small modern stone tip located underneath the entrance arch to the underground complex where the original well head used to be.