Tour Umbria with Untold Italy and discover this beautiful land of quiet contemplation, Medieval hilltop towns and a rustic soul.
Known as Italy’s “green heart”, the central Italian region has no coastline or international border, which may explain why many of its ancient Etruscan traditions endure there to this day.
In Umbria we visit renowned hilltop towns, celebrated as among the most beautiful in Italy, and explore the culture and traditions of the land. If you’re keen to try the regional specialties, you’ll be glad to know our days are full of tasting, making and exploring the dishes unique to this region – including the famous porchetta.
In the early Summer our Umbria tour guests experience the emotion and community spirit of Spello’s Infiorata flower festival. There’s a different atmosphere in Fall when the leaves are turning and a chill in the air lends itself to tasting local red wine and the hearty winter dishes of the region.
No trip to Umbria would be complete without admiring the city Assisi, dedicated to St Francis. We make a stop here and to the capital Perugia too in both seasons. Our gastronomic and sightseeing adventures are paired with local wines and understanding of the rich Umbrian history and culture.
By the time we say farewell, you’ll be dreaming of returning to this hidden paradise not far from Rome as soon as you can and ordering Sagrantino and Grechetto wine like a local.
What Our Guests are Saying About Untold Italy Tours
Magical! Beautiful! I’m a bit of a dreamer and I just got lost there last night. Lost in this beauty.. Magnificent! I just loved it – view video
Vicki / Australia
We have been to Italy several times, but never like this. It has been a wonderful experience – view video
Pati / USA
Aside from every little surprise around every corner, I’ll remember Cosimo and the genuine excitement and pride that come out of him and his storytelling – view video
We’ve fallen head over heels with Umbria’s towns, villages, food and wine. Tucked in between Rome and Tuscany, this delightful region of Italy has been hiding in plain sight, just waiting to be discovered and enjoyed by those who appreciate tradition, history and respect for the land.