Città di Castello

Città di Castello is a small Umbrian town that has nearly 40,000 inhabitants called “Castellani” or “Tifernate”. The most important neighboring towns are Sansepolcro San Giustino, Apecchio and Cortona.

Città di Castello with Spoleto, Gubbio and Foligno has a tradition related to crafts, in particular iron and ceramics, although it also operates in the printing industry, engineering, carpentry and construction.
Situated on a small hill, it is considered a citizen of meaningful significance thanks to the presence of a significant, and at the same time precious, artistic, historic and religious; How Not to mention the Civic Art Gallery, the churches of St. Dominic and St. Francis, the Renaissance church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Vitelli, the Romanesque cathedral and the Palazzo del Podesta.


Umbertide is a town in the Umbria region and more specifically in the province of Perugia. It is located in the upper valley of the Tiber and is crossed by the Tiber river and the Royal Palace . It characterized by a particular historical center still surrounded by medieval walls in the features that line the waterways.

Important center of engineering, tissue, packaging and industrial ceramics, but also of tabacchicultura and organic farming.

There are many monuments and churches to visit in the country. Among the monuments are the medieval fortress, now used as a center for exhibitions, and between the churches, the Collegiate Church of St. Mary of the Palace, the gothic St. Francis, the church and museum of Santa Croce with the deposition by Luca Signorelli, the church of Santa Maria in 1486, with a fresco by Pinturicchio.

Well known is the Teatro dei Riuniti, restored with great care. Outside the town we mention the Romanesque abbey church of SS. Ippolito and Cassiano, in the village of Badia, the abbey (Gothic and Romanesque, two churches) St. Saviour Montecorona, the Camaldolese hermitage Montecorona (XVI century), and a circle of medieval castles, including the most impressive is that of Civitella Ranieri.

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