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  • Landscape between Tuscany and Umbria

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    The Territory of Experience Tuscany and Umbria

    There is a valley on the border between Tuscany and Umbria that is still little known, with numerous villages and adorned with castles, where time is still slow … the Upper Tiber Valley. In this area you can: Rediscover the pleasure of nature. Enjoy artistic and cultural treasures. Enjoy genuine flavors. Experience traditions and crafts. […]

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  • Villa Graziani in San Giustino

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    Special Events – Easter 2016

      During the Easter period, the Diocese of Città di Castello, along with the municipalities of Città di Castello, San Giustino, Citerna, Montone and Umbertide, is organising a series of events and guided visits to the most important museums. Easter in the Upper Tiber Valley of Umbria is undoubtedly an important opportunity to discover and […]

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  • Artwork by Burri in its Museum located in the former Tobacco Plant in Città di Castello Umbria

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    Città di Castello

    Città di Castello has features that make it a unique Umbrian town: first, it is a Renaissance town in Umbria, where the “medieval” is king. Second, due to its history and geographic location, it is culturally very open and close, even in its speech, to Tuscany, the Marches and Romagna. Città di Castello is a […]

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  • hite truffles Umbria

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    Truffles

    For me, talking about truffles is entirely natural: like any Umbrian, I can easily distinguish between black truffle, “scorzone” or black summer truffle, white truffle and bianchetto truffle, experimenting with recipes that enhance their flavour in eggs and handmade tagliatelle. I keep truffles in the refrigerator – for, only a few days, please or they’re ruined […]

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  • Retrò flea Market in Piazza Matteotti Città di Castello Umbria

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    Retrò Flea Market

    There’s a street market in Città di Castello that, at first glance, seems like so many others but, upon closer inspection, is quite bizarre. It’s Retrò, a second-hand and antiques market, held on the third Sunday of each month in the city centre. I recently returned from London and, although I wouldn’t compare Città di […]

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