Featured hotels in Umbria

  • £136

    Average price per night

    Acquaghiaccia Spa & Country House, Vagli
    9.6 Exceptional 14 reviews
    Description Acquaghiaccia Spa & Country House is a complex of stone buildings set in a 20-hectare Umbrian estate, surrounded by ancient forests. Here you can really get away from it all.
  • £78

    Average price per night

    Casa Gori - App. 2, Santa Maria Lignano

    Casa Gori - App. 2 3 stars

    Santa Maria Lignano

    Description Situated in Santa Maria Lignano in the Umbria region, Casa Gori - App. 2 is a 3-star property featuring free WiFi. Guests staying at this apartment have access to a fully equipped kitchenette.
  • £46

    Average price per night

    Country House Tre Esse, Assisi
    8.4 Very good 644 reviews
    Description Country House Tre Esse offers free parking, and a sun terrace with outdoor swimming pool. It is located 400 metres from the centre of Assisi, with views of the Umbrian countryside.

    "Amazing country style inn. We loved it !!!"

    Jeff. Canada
  • £56

    Average price per night

    Grand Hotel Assisi, Assisi
    8.3 Very good 1,087 reviews

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    Description Located on a hill 500 metres above sea level, the Grand Hotel Assisi offers panoramic views across Assisi, the valley and surrounding greenery.

    "the hotel is in a beautiful location with frequent local buses and hotel shuttle to and from Assisi. the staff are always welcoming and happy to serve you. the room with the terrace overlooking the..."

    Francisco. United Kingdom
  • £47

    Average price per night

    Hotel Sorella Luna, Assisi
    9.3 Superb 941 reviews
    Description Only 100 metres from the famous Basilica of San Francesco, Hotel Sorella Luna offers a very convenient location in central Assisi.

    "The friendly welcome, staff always wanting to do more for you. Very comfortable room"

    Ewan. United Kingdom
  • £54

    Average price per night

    Hotel La Terrazza, Assisi
    9.1 Superb 669 reviews
    Description Surrounded by olive trees in a charming location on the hills of Assisi, Hotel La Terrazza is just 800 metres from the historic centre and close to the sports centre.

    "fantastic localization , 15 minutes by foot to the historical centre,very good, really italian breakfast many kind of cakes, coffee which you wish served by very nice and kind waiter, of course if you..."

    Renata. Poland

Umbria highlights

Guided wine and food tasting sessions
Head to towns like Montefalco, Bevagna and Norcia and taste local delicacies that include wine, cheeses, cold cuts and olive oil.
Touring Umbria's unique olive oil mills
Visit Umbria’s oil mills during the Frantoi Aperti event, learn about the production techniques and taste the final product.
Perugia’s Eurochocolate
From cookery classes to tastings and chocolates presented in any possible shape and size, this event is a must for all chocolate lovers.
Religious tourism in Assisi
A very popular destination for religious people, Assisi is the birthplace of St Francis and boasts plenty of churches and cathedrals.
Cooking classes in Norcia and Perugia
Learn about local recipes and how to cook according to old Umbrian traditions by joining one of the many classes held around Umbria.
Relaxing moments in Umbria
Whether on lake shores or in the quiet countryside, Umbria offers a variety of spa and beauty opportunities, especially in Spoleto and Perugia.
Excursions to Monte Cucco Park
Visit the gorges and grottos of this park or enjoy activities such as trekking, horse riding and hang-gliding.
Mountain biking around Lake Trasimeno
Explore the Umbrian territory on a mountain bike; challenge the green hills or take it easy around the beautiful Lake Trasimeno.
Umbrian arts and crafts
Discover the traditional Umbrian uses of iron, wood, ceramics and fabrics, especially in cities like Gubbio, Perugia, Orvieto, and Città di Castello.
Umbria Jazz Festival
The likes of Prince, Eric Clapton, Santana and Miles Davis have graced the stage of this worldwide famous festival, held yearly in Perugia.

Hilltop Towns Ringing with Music

One of Italy’s smallest regions, fabulous Umbria has stunning hilltop towns, rolling vineyards and magnificent architecture to rival its more famous neighbour Tuscany.

The capital Perugia is a university town whose cobbled centre houses medieval art, steep streets and shops selling locally made chocolate. It also hosts a jazz festival, while the annual Festival of the Two Worlds is in Spoleto, a town with a hilltop castle and well-preserved Roman theatre.

Remains of a Roman theatre are also in walled Gubbio, one of Italy’s best-preserved medieval towns. North-east, Città di Castello has excellent galleries and a church visible for miles around. The same is true of the Basilica of St Francis in Assisi, dedicated to the saint who lived in poverty. Ironically, this hillside town has one of the few 5-star Umbria hotels.

Foligno has a peaceful river and further south Terni is near the multi-level Marmore waterfalls. Orvieto on a sheer escarpment to the north-west houses the jewel in the Umbrian crown – a fantastic cathedral with a gold-mosaic façade.

To the north, jutting into Lake Trasimeno on a piece of land that was once an island, is Castiglione del Lago. In the east, tranquil Norcia in the foothills of the Monti Sibillini National Park houses some of the many Umbria hotels in the countryside on Booking.com.

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