Trains in Umbria: timetables, prices and tickets

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Located in the center of the peninsula, Umbria is one of the smallest regions of Italy: in fact it extends to 8,456 km2 between Tuscany, Marche and Lazio. The Umbrian territory, divided into the two provinces of Perugia and Terni, is mostly hilly mountainous: the highest mountains, belonging to the chain of the Central Apennines, surrounded by rolling hills are not very high. region is extraordinarily rich in water, which manifests itself in various forms: in the form of springs, such as those of Clitunno , or waterfalls, such as the Falls, or lakes, such as Lake Trasimeno. Agriculture, a much more productive, has suffered in recent years a strong reduction; remain good the production of wheat and sugar beet, of grapes and olives. The industrial sector is based on the iron and steel companies – mechanical, chemical plants on, textiles and food products among which the confectionery sector in the area of ??Perugia. From the point of view of tourism, Umbria is an extraordinary region able to satisfy every need. Its nature makes it a great choice for those seeking a relaxing and peaceful holiday: the many farms have grown in number in recent years, provide the ideal environment for lovers of tranquility, good food and traditions. The six natural parks – the National Park of Monti Sibillini, Colfiorito Park, the Parco del Monte Cucco, the Park of Mount Subasio, the Tiber River Park and the Park of Trasimeno – make this region even more interesting for those who love the environment. Umbria, with its monasteries, is a place of pilgrimage in Assisi hosts every year many people who, in remembrance of St. Francis and St. Clare, goes to the beautiful town where, among the many noteworthy monuments, stands the church of St. Francis. Several Finally, the art cities: Perugia, home of one of the oldest universities, has a severe medieval appearance. The city, located on a hill overlooking the Tiber valley, preserves so well evident the ancient Etruscan nucleus – surrounded by the original walls – surrounded by the buildings of the Middle Ages also bounded by its own walls. At the heart of the city is undoubtedly represented by Piazza IV Novembre, where there are the most distinctive landmarks: the Fontana Maggiore, the Cathedral and the Palazzo dei Priori. Orvieto is another center of great importance from the point of view of art: in fact the town is famous for its cathedral, one of the best creations of Italian Gothic, embellished the facade with mosaics and beautiful bas-reliefs. Besides Todi, Gubbio, Spoleto: small towns that preserve real gems of Italian art.



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