Tradition and the history of the people who contributed to creating the recipes are at the heart of local Umbrian sweets and desserts. In our region, known to be a "land of farmers", many of these come precisely from the agricultural culinary traditions and using locally grown products.
Absolute protagonists of the Acquasparta's Carnival, better known as the "Children's Carnival", will be the floats that, as every year, are going to parade among the streets of the beautiful Umbrian village, by enchanting adults and kids.
This year Sant'Eraclio will be again the "Carnival's Town" with the "Children's Carnival", one of the oldest Carnivals in Umbria.
The appointment with the Children's Carnival, this year at its 57th edition, is getting renewed in the Candles Town: on Sunday 26th February Gubbio's streets are getting animated with masked groups and floats.
On Sunday 26th February Città di Castello is going to celebrate Carnival too: the appointment is in Piazza Matteotti, the main city's square, called by the local inhabitants "piazza de sopra" (upper square), with sweets, confetti, music, masks and great cheerfulness.
Tutto pronto nella Città del Perugino per festeggiare il Carnevale: l'appuntamento è per domenica 26 febbraio con le maschere in corteo, i dolci tipici della tradizione, tanta musica e spettacolo e il concorso per la maschera più caratteristica.
For its 189th edition the Spoleto's Carnival promises a lot of entertainment for all tastes and ages.
Assisi is going to host again the traditional appointment with the "Wonders' Carnival", the lively and colourful festival for adults and children.
In line with tradition, also this year, Magione is going to celebrate Carnival with the historical trial to Toni: on Sunday 26th February, after the floats' parade, everyone reaches Piazza G. Matteotti, where Toni (the Carnival character symbol of the Carnival in the splendid Trasimeno's village) will be tried and sentenced to be burned, since he is the emblem of all crimed committed by Magione's inhabitants.