From our location, guests can easily reach some of the most beautiful italian art cities:
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Spoleto (distance: 13 km), whose past greatness (from Ancient Rome to Renaissance) is still witnessed by a great historical and artistic inheritance.
Fonti del Clitunno
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Le Fonti del Clitunno (distance: 24 km), a delightful site, often sang by great poets in the past, on the outskirts of an intact Roman Temple with Palaeochristian frescos.
Castelluccio di Norcia
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Valnerina (distance: 84 km): Cascia, Norcia, Castelluccio’s tableland… a still incomtaminate land, rich in ‘ancient flavours’, among art, history, nature and spirituality.
Cascata delle Marmore
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Cascata delle Marmore (distance: 42 km), a man-made waterfall created by the ancient Romans. Its total height is 165 m (541 feet), making it the tallest man-made waterfall in the world.
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Todi (distance: 31 km), the “most livable city in the world” is a medieval town of unique beauty and elegance, rising on top of a hill overlooking the enchanting Tiber valley.
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Orvieto (distance: 68 km), a small treasure of art, famous worldwide for its Duomo, a marvel of European Gothic architecture, and the Pozzo di San Patrizio, a masterpiece of hydraulic engineering.
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Trevi (distance: 34 km), a village with a marvellous panoramic position, upon wide extent of olive yards, one of the most considerable sites in the italian production of extra virgin olive oil.
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Assisi (distance: 58 km), one of the most important resort of all Christian spirituality, with the unlosable Basilica of San Francesco, destination for millions of visitors from all over the world.
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Perugia (distance: 70 km), one of the most ancient italian Univerisities, a town with great art treasures, with its monuments, its Ancient Art Gallery and one of the most important jazz festival of the world.