Located in a stunning position high above the Tiber valley, Todi is packed with history and culture. Magical Piazza del Pololo is often described as the most perfect medieval square in the whole of Italy, and the churches of San Fortunato and Santa Maria della Consolazione further serve to captivate all who visit the town. Several of our villas are located in charming nearby villages of Porchiano, San Vernanzo and Montecastello di Vibio, all within just a few minutes drive of the historic town centre.View villas in Todi
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Offering plenty of restaurants and bars, Todi is a splendid town to take a stroll in the evenings and why not stop off in one of the many local wine bars.
Why not spend a day exploring Umbria's capital, and largest city, Perugia. The city boasts a large number of museums, galleries, churches, palaces and its Duomo to keep the whole family occupied. Some sights include the Palazzo dei priori, the Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria, Church of Saint 'Angelo and Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Umbria to name a few. Perugia also offers a wide choice of restaurants, bars, cafeterias and gelaterias and the city has a relaxed yet lively nightlife. Each year Perugia plays host to Umbria Jazz, Europe’s top jazz festival featuring concerts and live performances by many famous acts.
The Museo Pinacoteca
The Museo Pinacoteca is a popular art museum located within and across both Palazzo del Capitano and Palazzo del Popolo. The museum showcases an archaeological collection named the Museo Etrusco-Romano, as well as many paintings.
The Duomo is Todi's cathedral located in the Piazza del Popolo and is dedicated to Maria Santissima Annunziata. Inside features a decorative beamed roof and stunning gothic capitals.
Santa Maria Della Consolazione
Boasting amazing views, the Santa Maria della Consolazione is an iconic church located outside the city walls and is one of the masterpieces of the Umbrian Renaissance.
A sight not to be missed is the church of San Fortunato. Situated on a hill and showing an unfinished facade, this large church was dedicated to Fortunato, the patron of Todi. This church is also famous for the tomb of Jacopone da Todi.
Palazzo Del Popolo
The Palazzo del Popolo, this popular palace houses part of the Museo Pinacoteca and is one of the oldest buildings of its type in Italy. The building is definitely worth viewing with its Lombard-Gothic design from either the Piazza del Popolo or Piazza Garibaldi.
Palazzo Del Capitano
Palazzo del Capitano, is a palace located on the Piazza del Popolo dating back to the late 13th century and features gothic style windows. This palazzo is also host to the Museo Pinacoteca and Museo della Citta.
Palazzo Dei Priori
The Palazzo dei Priori is a palace situated on the south side of the Piazza del Popolo and was built between 1293 and 1385.
Perugina Chocolate Factory
Taste the famous chocolate from its recognisable shiny blue wrapper, the Perugina Baci, straight from the factory it is produced from. Located a 15 minute drive from the centre of Perugia, the factory also has a museum and a gift shop, however pre-booking for a place in the English speaking tour is highly recommended.