Highlights
  • Explore medieval town of Assisi and finishes in the characteristic centre of Spoleto, a very special town with many squares
  • Enjoy a tour to Spello: a longer route going uphill in the woods of Mount Subasio passing the monastery San Benedetto
  • Amazing walking once again through a slightly hilly landscape, but the olive groves will soon make way for vineyards.
  • Discover the region and have an unforgettable experience, a cycling holiday, or even a weekend biking trip, offers you the chance to get to know a local area.

This 8 day walking tour offers the right combination of visiting typical umbrian towns and walking through exciting colourful landscapes with unique views.

The tours starts in the medieval town of Assisi and finishes in the characteristic centre of Spoleto, a very special town with many squares, lovely little streets, shops with local delicacies and handicrafts, restaurants and a lot of sights to visit. It involves varied walking through undulating landscape, passing nice typical little Umbrian towns, like Spello, Bevagna, Montefalco and Trevi.


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Medieval Umbria: Walking From Assisi To Spoleto

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Spent two and a half days with Michael!! November 2016

5.0
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  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
We spent two and a half days with Michael in Perugia, Assisi, Spello and Orvieto. When we were in the places where all the tourists visit, His personal and private conversations gave them added dimension unavailable on mass tours.

Also It was nice to have His local view point on places to eat, shop and even a personal recommendation on Perusia's best ice cream. He starts with the big picture historic and finishes with small details That give real life to the stories. Michele even gave us a great recommendation to visit Bagnoregio on our own after we parted ways in Orvieto. In Siena, Barbara had a similar gift for illuminating history with personal stories and experiences. It was as if you have a good friend who lives in the city, showing you the most fun and interesting places.
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It was great! I January 2017

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Dear Alexandra, thank you, it was great! I was describing Assizes and Spelo to my daughters and my boyfriend, I hope we are all well and be lucky enough to come again to your beautiful homeland.
I think the weekend I will start my Italian language lessons! Wish you, your family and the people you love, all the best! Let's keep in touch Anna Anna Maltabe
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Visiting in Umbria and my husband found this tour. November 2016

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  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
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We were visiting in Umbria and my husband found this tour. As it turned out, there were just four of us, so it was a nice small group. I'm not sure if her name was Michelle, but she was a terrific guide, married with kids and her husband is in the business too. Anyway, she was so knowledgeable and passionate about her city. Obviously very well educated about the history of the sites we saw. We've taken a number of tours all over the world and she ranked up at the top. It was easy to meet up. It was a hike and you end up at the other end of the city, away from where we met. But we had a delightful lunch mid-way back so it was not so bad. You do finish up near 1:30 so we had to hustle to get to lunch on time. I would not hesitate to recommend this guide and this tour. We would have missed out on so much if we had wandered around by ourselves.
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Great experience February 2017

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  • Value 4.0
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Alessandra Good afternoon yesterday was a great experience. Michele has managed to intrigue the children and to create a good climate so different pupils have addressed the questions and you are passionate about. The path has been done interesting and very lively. The only problem was the failure to communicate to you the health of one of the companions who, consequently, had to stop several times. For the future, should they be of similar cases, notify them in advance in order to define the appropriate path. Thanks again for everything. It’s really a pleasure working with you. Happy Holidays. Nora
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Amazing flexibility and follow up as I planned November 2015

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Hi Ale I just wanted to thank you for your amazing flexibility and follow up as I planned my visit on the fly and through my crazy arrival. I was traveling with my 84 year old mother to see my daughter in Perugia and both had Their Own separate agendas.

My wonderful hotel had intermittent Wi-Fi so I was unaware that you did not receive my confirmation e-mail. Michele was wonderful and our afternoon a bit of an Umbrian dreams with visits to Bevagna, Montefalco and the winery. We will definitely be back. The Referred you to my tour guide Sicily Marina Di Gris and my travel agent Jackie LaMothe, both who are planning visits I will post on trip advisor as well. Thanks again Ale, I'll send you a picture of our Umbrian afternoon. Maribeth Visco Kline Scott Visco Commercial Real Estate 301-401-2899
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Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival  at Assisi.

Your overnight stay will be in a hotel with a swimming pool close (900 m.) to the historical centre of Assisi.

Day 2: A city walk or a walk through the surrounding hills

The city walk will take you among the most important monuments of the town, which are mostly connected with the lives of the saints Francis and Clare, who were born in Assisi. You will pass sites such as the Rocca (Castle), St. Francis basilica, St.Clara Basilica, the Monastery of S.Damiano and the Temple of Minerva

Walking time: 3 - 4½ hours

The longer walk through the hills around Assisi

You walk up to the spring Fonte Maddalena  (810 a.s.l.) on Monte Subasio. You then descend to the hamlets of Costa di Trex and Ponte Grande, where you can enjoy a well-deserved rest in one of the two restaurants or in the bar. Your route will then bring you back to Assisi through gentle, rolling countryside.

walking time:5½ hours (19 km / 11,8 miles)

The shorter walk through the national park of Mount Subasio:

This is a beautiful walk in the shade of the woods of Mount Subasio. From the Porta Cappuccini town gates you walk up to the spring ‘Fonte Maddalena’ (810m a.s.l.) on Monte Subasio. You climb some more and then descend to the Hermitage Eremo delle Carceri (830m a.s.l.), where S.Francis and his companions prayed and meditated in the woods. After your visit a trail brings you to Viole and along quiet country roads you walk back to Assisi.

Walking time: 4 ore (12 km / 7,5 miles)

Day 3: From Assisi to Spello 

There are two routes to go to Spello: a longer route going uphill in the woods of Mount Subasio passing the monastery San Benedetto or a shorter one through the olive groves along the slopes of Mt.Subasio. The latter route involves less climbing, but it also offers astounding views.  Your overnight stay is in a beautiful location (*** hotel)  in the historical centre of Spello. This little town has Roman origins, as we are reminded by several features including the Porta Venere and Porta Consolare town gates and the remains of a Roman amphitheatre outside the town walls.

Walking time: 5 hours (12 km / 7,5 miles) or 3 hours (10,7 km / 6,6 miles)

Day 4: From Spello to Bevagna

You will leave the hills for a while now and will descend into the valley 'Valle Umbra'. Walking on quiet little country roads you will arrive in Bevagna, which unlike most Umbrian towns isn't built on a hilltop, but rather at the confluence of the rivers Topino and Timia. During Roman times Bevagna was a prosperous town, because it was situated along the busy trade road, the via Flaminia, which connected Rome with the Adriatic coast. The heart of this town is the square Piazza Silvestri with its beautiful fountain and two Romanesque churches. Your *** star hotel is in the historical centre of the town.

Walking time: 3½ hours (14 km / 8,7 miles) or 4 1/2 hours (16,5 km / 10 miles)

Day 5: From Bevagna to Montefalco

Here you will be walking once again through a slightly hilly landscape, but the olive groves will soon make way for vineyards. The hills surrounding Montefalco are famous for the production of the excellent wines Rosso di Montefalco d.o.c. and Sagrantino d.o.c.g. To reach the town you have to climb, because Montefalco is -predictable- built on a hilltop. The St.Francis church is now the seat of a fine museum housing, among other things, frescoes by the Florentine painter Benozzo Gozzoli. Don't forget to taste one of the delicious Montefalco wines in one of the many wine bars. Your overnights stay is in a *** star hotel in the old centre of Montefalco.

Walking time: 4 hours ( 14 km / 8,7 miles)

Day 6: From Montefalco to Trevi

On the way to Trevi  (420m a.s.l.), on the lower flank of Mt.   Serano overlooking the wide plain of the Clitunno river, your route crosses the fertile valley with its various waterways. Trevi is also called the capital of olive oil and indeed you will notice that the slopes of the surrounding mountains are covered with evergreen olive groves. Trevi has a dozen medieval churches: the most important are the romanesque Duomo (S. Emiliano), the shrine of the Madonna delle Lacrime notable for a fresco by Perugino and the former church of S. Francesco, now a museum. You will stay in the historical centre of the town.

Walking time: 4 hours ( 14 km / 8,7 miles)

Day 7: From Trevi to Campello and transfer by train to Spoleto

From Trevi the route will lead you through olive groves to the train station in Campello. You have an option for a walk with more or less differences in altitude. The one with more differences will follow mostly the Roman Way (The way of St.Francis) a pilgrimage walking trail which crosses Umbria from the north to the south.

Walking time:  5 hours (12 km / 7,5 miles)  oppure 4 hours (11 km / 6,8 miles)

Day 8: Departure

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Price Per Day:

$ 86 per day
 
  • Deposit Price: $ 200
  • 3rd person in triple $ 430 
  • Half board supplement $ 210
Prices may vary due to local taxes and trip seasonality. Click "Request Info" to inquire directly with the tour operator for the final trip price.
Details
Trip Includes
  • 7 or 9 Overnight stays with breakfast / hotels (only *** or upgrading is possible)
  • Luggage transportation
  • Route notes (in English, Italian or Dutch) and maps
  • Tour information (hotel list, brochures)
  • Local back-up service
  • Route briefing in arrival hotel
Flights & Transport
Only ground transport
Group Size:
Intimate Group - 12 max
Start City
Assisi
End City
Spoleto
Additional Information:

Period : Daily all the year round

Level 2 :Moderate. Walks in a hilly country side. Not too many level differences. Walks of 4-6 hours a day /12-20 km (an average of 3/4 km an hour)

 

Trip ID#: MedUmbUmb

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