Tourist guide Umbria
Todiguide are the licensed Tour Guides in Todi and in the Umbria Region. We do love our hometown and our region, and know them like the back of our hands! Your vacation time is unique, and we really long to make it unforgettable by taking you around discovering not just the highlights, but also the many hidden treasures. You can choose among our favorite walking tours or ask for a tailored itinerary, according to your needs and passions.
Tourist guide Umbria
Tour guides in Umbria
Spend some time with Elisa, a native of Todi, exploring the monuments and hidden treasures of this ancient town. Customized to your schedule and goals, the classic tour includes: Piazza del Popolo. This inviting public square has been in use since before Roman times. It is one of the largest Medieval spaces in Italy, and […]
ASSISI is a lovely town situated about 30 miles from Todi and perched on a hill at the foot of the Subasio Mountain. Assisi was taken over by the Romans in the 1st century BC and became a rich colony along the famous Via Flaminia. In the 12th century, Assisi became the birthplace of one […]
Orvieto is an amazing town located about 25 miles from Todi. You can get there driving along the SS448 road, which has been recently awarded as one of the most beautiful Italian Panoramic Roads; lush countryside, woods, vineyards and olive groves! Halfway between Todi and Orvieto, you will pass along the Corbara Lake, an artificial […]
Perugia, the capital of Umbria, is located 35 miles from Todi. Once one of the most powerful Etruscan settlements, the present town is an elegant city that will surprise you with its perfect mix of old and new. Apart from art and history, Perugia is well known in Italy thanks to the Perugina Chocolate Industry, founded at the […]
Walking down from Piazza del Popolo along S. Prassede Street taking Via delle Mura Antiche, you will find a unique artwork: the Painted House. This lovely townhouse dates back to the 19th century and is located not so far from the main Piazza del Popolo, in one of the oldest medieval districts in town. The owners […]
Thank you very much for the wonderful tour you gave our group of priests from Rome last Friday in Todi. It was a very interesting and well done tour and we appreciated very much your input about the faith life of the people when you showed us the duomo, episcopal palace and other places. Especially I appreciated your insights about Jacapone. I did not know much about him but am interested to learn more.. Thank you again, we really enjoyed and think you did an excellent job.
Saluti,Rev. Warren A. Brown,E-mail
"Phenomenal ... I would highly recommend him for a tour of Assisi .HelenaTripadvisor review
We had a beautiful tour of Todi and Orvieto with Todiguide. Elisa is very nice and professionalPeter and AnneTripadvisor review
Collevalenza is a tiny village not far from Todi – about 4 miles -, belonging to the Municipality, and quite famous in Italy as a pilgrimage site thanks to the Sanctuary of Merciful Love. Founder and beating heart of both the order and the sanctuary is the Blessed Mother Speranza, a charismatic woman and nun […]Read More
Many people visiting Todi don’t expect to find out that our town is the hometown of one of the most famous and important Italian poets; Jacopone da Todi. Jacopone was born in Todi around 1230, he joined the Franciscan order when he was 48, and he is considered among the fathers and founders of our […]Read More
I have always loved to go to Todi’s public library to read and study there, with no noise but the sound of the centuries still echoing in that historic building – once a Franciscan monastery- . Our Lorenzo Leonj library is quite a big “local branch” which boasts many old and precious books which can’t […]Read More