Assisi, a place of legends
Assisi is a place of legends, where sacred and worldly meet. Here, in a land of saints and mysteries, you can explore medieval towns, hear your footsteps echo down the silent lanes, lose yourself amongst the centuries-old walls of the Rocca Maggiore fortress, and fall in love with the protected natural parks.
With its exquisite cuisine, outstanding hospitality, and profound spirituality, your journey through Umbria is sure to be extraordinary. And that’s partly thanks to the location of our Hotel Valle di Assisi, just 2 minutes from the main road linking all the region’s most beautiful spots: Perugia, Spello, Spoleto, Foligno, Bevagna, and Gubbio.
Why not discover a new one each day?
A treasure a day
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The medieval atmosphere and picturesque lanes of the town of Saint Francis will conquer your heart. And you’ll be left wide-eyed with wonder at the basilica with its frescoes by Giotto.
Mighty, well-preserved Roman walls surround this village and its characteristic lanes where every nook and cranny is bursting with history, art, and … flowers.
This quintessential medieval town brings the charm of the past to life thanks to its ancient boutiques. There’s a good reason why it’s considered one of Italy’s most beautiful towns.
With its cultural treasures and divine artisanal chocolate, the capital city of Umbria will astound you with its National Gallery, Palazzo dei Priori, and the ancient churches in the centre.
A boat tour will let you discover the islands, castles, flora, and fauna of one of Italy’s largest lakes.
The terrace in Piazza Grande gives you exceptional views of the magnificent countryside surrounding Gubbio. You’re sure to be enchanted by the ancient city’s bustling lanes and artisanal boutiques.
This is where the Festival dei Due Mondi is held, which has been bringing music, art, and culture to the heart of Umbria since 1958. You can also admire the 15th century frescoes at Albornoz Fortress.
Activities at a glance
- Hiking and walking
- Visiting medieval towns
- Hot-air ballooning