Nature lovers already know that Umbria holds some spectacular pristine landscapes, ideal for a day or a weekend of wellness and relaxation. You could go to the area around Amelia, or explore the nature trails around the Marmore Waterfall, one of the tallest in Europe. But the region is more than clean air and expanses of greenery: here, you will also find culture, legends, and, crucially, history.
Archaeology fans in particular can go wild over the ancient Flaminian Way itinerary, erected in 220 BC by the Roman consul Caius Flaminius Nepotus. This road was built to connect Rome with the northern part of the Italian peninsula, up to Rimini.