Umbria has always been one of the Italian regions that can surprise me, and my last visit was not far behind. I went to visit the archaeological site of Carsulae, in the province of Terni and not far from the sources of San Gemini (“San Gemini north” exit along the E45).
Between June and July (2018) I travelled a lot to discover Umbria, discovering several villages that I did not know before. What surely struck me most is the small town of Monte Castello di Vibio, where I went on some friends’ advice.
Several years have passed since the first time I saw the Marmore waterfall, and maybe that’s why I did not remember it at all. Getting back was like seeing her for the first time, and I could not be more enchanted.
This year, for the second time in a row, I was one of the volunteers at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia. In this (short) post I will collect some basic information to answer some questions that have been made to me or to other volunteers: I’m going to answer in this post for the curious and…Continue Reading
Today, I will tell you about my day spent discovering the beautiful Spoleto. I had been there on a rainy day four years ago and the lap, unfortunately, was influenced a lot by the persistent rain of that day. So, I decided to come back (finally) and rediscover this charming Umbrian town. The city is…Continue Reading