Welcome to Gubbio: up and down the town centre there are a series of art workshops on Via dei Consoli, Via XX Settembre and the access roads to Piazza Grande (or Pensile). If you're not here for the crossbow (there is a dedicated school the only one in Italy along with that in Sansepolcro) stay in the square for a visit to the Town museum: a collection of archaic majolica (XIV c.), artefacts from the nineteenth century, passing from the red and golden lustre of Mastro Giorgio (XVI sec.) and the pharmaceutical pottery, including original terracotta red alembic domes.
The people from Gubbio engage in a fun activity ... together with their pottery art during the Corsa dei Ceri race, when each of the Capodieci (team captains) is raised up and launches a Gubbio ceramic jug into the crowd, while those present vie for the fragments of the same jug, which brings good luck!
For lunch, sample pasta rolled out and smoothed by hand and embellished with white truffle, the prince of the area. For something different, crescia con il friccò (chicken alla cacciatora reinvented).