Collepino is a beautiful town in the Umbria region of central Italy.
Their point of view may be different from mine, but I found these articles worth reading and think that you will also. Almost every article contains a beautiful photo (no, we didn't take them ourselves) giving you another taste of the place the article discusses. We have just added a great article and plan to add more relevant articles from time to time.
Do you want a great Italian tourist location off the beaten track? Hummel provides several reasons to tour the beautiful town of Ferrara in central Italy.
Ferrara Italy: A Medieval Wonder
"...One such treasure is the town of Ferrara, protected by UNESCO on the World Cultural Heritage list as a priceless example of a living, breathing work of Renaissance art. A vast portion of the town survives from the middle ages ..."
Assisi. You've probably heard of St. Francis of Assisi. Do you know anything else about this region of central Italy? Read on to discover some of Assisi's many attractions.
"Visitors flock Assisi every year to capture a bit of the past by visiting such historic landmarks as the two medieval castles. The most popular is ..."
Close to the very center of Italy lies the town of Spoleto, home to fewer than 40,000 souls. Its historical atractions surpass many cities one hundred times as big.
"If castles create wonderful fantasies for you then you must visit ..."
Room view from the Grand Hotel Parco Dei Principi, Rome Italy.
The Etruscans ruled this part of Italy long before the Greeks and the Romans. You can see many of their relics as well as centuries-old buildings, many of which are still in use today.
"The University of Kentucky described Todi as the "most livable town on earth" recently because ..."
Everybody talks about the weather. West writes about wind, rain, thunderstorms, and snow. Yes, snow in central Italy. And yes, she also writes about the summer weather in this great tourist destination.
The Weather In Umbria
"We live on a hill aptly named Windy Hill. There are two prevailing winds. The ‘tramontana’ from the North is a searingly fierce cold wind; the traditional ‘lazy’ wind that blows through you rather than going round you. The ‘scirocco’ from the South is warm but just as unwelcome because ..."
Medieval sculptures, cathedrales, bell towers, and even jails. If you like viewing the distant past in a small town on top of a clay hill, you'll love Civita di Bagnoregio.
Italy: A Visit To Civita di Bagnoregio
"Joined to Bagnoregio, and to the world, through only one bridge, Civita appears in unreal isolation..."